Nearly 30 bars in Tijuana unite to ask for their reopening

The petition signed by the owners of these businesses in the downtown area was taken to the Tijuana City Hall and Coepris.

A group of 28 owners of bars located in the downtown area of Tijuana, signed a petition addressed to City Hall of this municipality and the State Commission Against Sanitary Risks (Coepris), to allow their reopening, including a proposal with protocols that could be followed by these businesses.

According to Juan Carlos Molina, representative of the bar Dandy del Sur, this initiative was born because the expenses for rents, services and salaries continue to increase, and 520 families depend on them, causing some bars to enter into crisis and at least two more have opted to close.

Molina asked the authorities to differentiate between bars, night clubs and tourist bars, considering them as the latter, since their capacity ranges between 20 and 100 people normally, so the same protocols as restaurants could be applied.

Among its proposed protocol to enter, it was highlighted: a disinfection area, table control for each client, mandatory use of masks, limited capacity of 25% and a 90 minute stay limit.

So far, Baja California authorities have made it clear that bars, nightclubs and nightclubs will remain closed, despite having moved to orange light.

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