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"‘Don’t stop going out or take exaggerated measures’: AMLO

 

'I will tell you when we have to stay at home but not yet'


Published on Monday, March 23, 2020
Despite the growing spread of Covid-19 in Mexico and the official commencement on Monday of the government’s social distancing initiative, President López Obrador has urged Mexicans not to stop going out.

López Obrador made the remarks on Sunday while seated alongside the owner of a restaurant in Oaxaca city.

“Don’t stop going out, we’re still in the first stage [of the coronavirus outbreak]. I’ll tell you when not to go out,” he said in a video posted to his Facebook account.

“Mexicans, because of our cultures, are very resistant to all of the calamities. We’ve always gotten through them and on this occasion we’ll get through it. Our people are the holders and inheritors of ancient cultures, great civilizations, and in that lies our strength. Let’s not panic,” he added."
 
“If you can do it and you have the financial means, keep taking your family out to eat, to the restaurants, to the fondas [cheap diners] because that strengthens the family economy and the working class economy,” López Obrador said.
“We don’t do any good, we don’t help if we bring ourselves to a standstill in an exaggerated way without rhyme or reason. We’re going to continue living normal lives and at the [appropriate] time the president will tell you when we have to stay at home but not yet. With healthy distance, we can continue socializing,” he added."

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5 hours ago, AlanMexicali said:

 https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/coronavirus/dont-stop-going-out-or-take-exaggerated-measures-amlo/

 

"‘Don’t stop going out or take exaggerated measures’: AMLO

 

'I will tell you when we have to stay at home but not yet'


Published on Monday, March 23, 2020
Despite the growing spread of Covid-19 in Mexico and the official commencement on Monday of the government’s social distancing initiative, President López Obrador has urged Mexicans not to stop going out.

López Obrador made the remarks on Sunday while seated alongside the owner of a restaurant in Oaxaca city.

“Don’t stop going out, we’re still in the first stage [of the coronavirus outbreak]. I’ll tell you when not to go out,” he said in a video posted to his Facebook account.

“Mexicans, because of our cultures, are very resistant to all of the calamities. We’ve always gotten through them and on this occasion we’ll get through it. Our people are the holders and inheritors of ancient cultures, great civilizations, and in that lies our strength. Let’s not panic,” he added."
 
“If you can do it and you have the financial means, keep taking your family out to eat, to the restaurants, to the fondas [cheap diners] because that strengthens the family economy and the working class economy,” López Obrador said.
“We don’t do any good, we don’t help if we bring ourselves to a standstill in an exaggerated way without rhyme or reason. We’re going to continue living normal lives and at the [appropriate] time the president will tell you when we have to stay at home but not yet. With healthy distance, we can continue socializing,” he added."

Who is the vice president and is he/she more intelligent or will it be more of the same after the president succumbs to this virus?

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24 minutes ago, luvsdawgs said:

Who is the vice president and is he/she more intelligent or will it be more of the same after the president succumbs to this virus?

There is no vice president. The Secretaria de Gobernacion - an old woman now - becomes leader until the election.

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https://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/opinion/antonio-cuellar/en-donde-es-mas-peligroso-el-coronavirus

"Where is the coronavirus most dangerous?

The Tages-Anzeiger headline that circulated in Zürich on March 17 last asked "Where is the coronavirus most dangerous?" Because of the number of victims who will die from the disease, or from starvation and neglect, we have found the answer this past weekend, in Mexico."

"Donde govierna la necedad, el engaño, y la ignorancia."

 Google Translation:

"Where foolishness, deceit, and ignorance rule."

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