Mexico City, Mexico — For the upcoming week, Mexico City will join other states in the country under a green epidemiological light.
“Thanks to everyone’s efforts, the City will go to a green light next week. Let’s not lower our guard, let’s continue to take care of ourselves,” said Claudia Sheinbaum, the capital’s head of government.
“Even when we enter the green light it does not mean that we lower our guard,” added the mayor who noted that the reopening of activities will be gradual to avoid outbreaks.
“Congratulations to all the inhabitants of the city, we are doing well,” said Sheinbaum.
The general director of Digital Government of the Digital Agency for Public Innovation (ADIP), Eduardo Clark García Dobarganes, commented that this change in epidemiological light is the result of the reduction of indicators of the pandemic.
He explained that so far, no sign of a relapse of infections has been identified and the reproductive trend of the virus has gone below the epidemiological model.
Activities that will move forward under the green light include an increase in business occupancy rates for restaurants, hotels and shopping malls along with outdoor sporting events and entertainment venues. Students will also see the return of face-to-face classes as of June 7.