They hope that they will authorize the extension of hours for this this week.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- So far in the pandemic, more than 30 new businesses have opened in Mazatlán, which have generated around a thousand new jobs, said Ricardo Velarde Cárdenas, national president of CANIRAC’s young restaurateurs.
He indicated that this is an atypical behavior with the rest of the country, where there is talk of closures of up to 30 percent in food businesses, which he attributed to good coordination between the tourism sector and the municipal authority.
He pointed out that the hope prevails that for this week they will be authorized to extend their hours, given that this city remains in blue light, with 80 active cases to date.
“We trust that this week there will be authorization. If we see the numerical table, we continue with blue light with 80 cases, ”he said.
As for the next weekend, which is February 14, he reiterated his confidence that the balance between health and economy will be maintained.
Ricardo Velarde commented that due to the uncertainty of the behavior of the pandemic, the authority determined to grant the extensions week by week, in what he said, they fully agree.