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Some Spaces to Re-Open Tomorrow (Feb. 2) in Jalisco


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Given the extension of the emergency button to contain COVID-19 in Jalisco, the State Health Board agreed to open access to safe places for physical activity, such as gyms and parks , starting tomorrow, February 2, taking into account the importance that correct nutrition, exercise and strengthening of the body have for mental health.

The COVID-19 pandemic in Jalisco is still at a critical point, that is why as a society, in addition to complying with the already known health measures, we must also try to maintain a good long-term state of health, so experts recommend eating healthy (a balanced diet that includes fresh foods, avoiding foods high in calories, fat and sugar); drink enough natural water and engage in regular physical activity ; as well as recreational activities in safe places.


The Health Board also considered that as the cold weather ends in the State, the practice of exercise can contribute to strengthening people's health , as long as no crowds are generated that put them at risk of contagion.
Therefore, as of Tuesday, February 2, 2021, the following places will be able to operate with a maximum of 50% of their capacity and respecting all the hygiene and prevention measures of COVID-19.

Places that will reopen during the emergency button in Jalisco
Parks
Urban forests
Sports units
Sports clubs, for use of the facilities for physical activity
Sports courts (without sale of alcoholic beverages)
Gyms


Places that remain closed during the emergency button in Jalisco
State Protected Natural Areas, such as La Primavera Forest, Nevado de Colima National Park and Sierra de Quila. The El Salado estuary in Puerto Vallarta remains closed.

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In all of the govt. notices that are put out urging people to follow the directives, while they tell people to wear mask, never do they tell them that is also has to cover your nose, in spite of it being misnamed a 'cubreboca'. This is a major oversight. Half the Mexicans I see on my infrequent excursions out have their nose hanging out.

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I appreciate you posting this. But why do google translations of government screeds seem to come somewhere in between Soviet jingoism and Eric Cartman's (Simpsons), " You will respect my autority! "?

 

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56 minutes ago, mudgirl said:

In all of the govt. notices that are put out urging people to follow the directives, while they tell people to wear mask, never do they tell them that is also has to cover your nose, in spite of it being misnamed a 'cubreboca'. This is a major oversight. Half the Mexicans I see on my infrequent excursions out have their nose hanging out.

Every day both the Gobierno de Jalisco and the Gobierno de Chapala post excellent graphics on their  Facebook  pages illustrating the correct way to wear "cubrebocas".

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6 hours ago, oregontochapala said:

Every day both the Gobierno de Jalisco and the Gobierno de Chapala post excellent graphics on their  Facebook  pages illustrating the correct way to wear "cubrebocas".

Wearing a mask that doesn't cover your nose is like wearing a condom with the tip cut off.

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