Saturday, September 5, 2020
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the necessity to ease lockdown restrictions, the federal authorities of Mexico established a bimonthly traffic-light monitoring system aligned with well being protocols to information Mexico’s states by way of the nation’s reopening plan. Under is a map for the interval of August 31, 2020, to September 13, 2020, indicating the COVID-19 danger degree in every of Mexico’s 32 states.
This chart presents the site visitors mild standing of every state, and, as relevant, variations between federal and native site visitors mild statuses based mostly on publications of the federal and native publications.
On this version of the site visitors mild report, the colour yellow is current on the federal degree in 10 states. Yellow standing signifies the next data:
Weak staff. Relying on a person’s medical situation, an individual can return to work in non-COVID-19 areas. Employers of people at excessive danger for COVID-19 should adhere to issued by the Ministry of Well being, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, and the Mexican Institute of Social Safety on July 27, 2020, within the Official Gazette of the Federation.
Resuming actions. All work actions should proceed to observe well being security protocols, in addition to actions in public areas and in enclosed areas with diminished capability.
Except Colima (on the federal degree), the remainder of the states are marked both orange or yellow, a improvement that represents a gradual enchancment in COVID-19 circumstances. Within the coming weeks, the emergence of inexperienced site visitors lights might characterize a full reopening and return to pre-COVID-19 standing.
O. Iván Andrade Castelán is a regulation clerk within the Mexico Metropolis workplace of Ogletree Deakins.
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