Tuesday August 11 2020

Posted by BajaInsider on May 19, 2020

 

Here is a translation synopsis of the address to the pubic via social media Governor Carlos Mendoza Davis released May 18, 2020. He stressed that all the measurable statistics of the COVID-19 pandemic indicate that it is not yet time to reopen to normal activities, so "Cuidate en Casa" orders on the suspension of "nonessential business" and travel restrictions will continue into June. 

In the video seen here, Governor Carlos Mendoza Davis stressed the decisions will be "based on technical, scientific and mathematical data, in use of my faculties as an educational authority there will be no return to classes for students of primary and secondary this semester. Those in the graduating grades will obtain their certifications based on the partial year evaluations of each student. University students will be able to continue their semester education via the internet.

As the Governor stated: "Knowledge can be obtained at any time, teaching can be recovered, the lives of our children cannot," 

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He added that if the information indicates it is possible, on June 1, activity in the construction and mining industry could be restarted, but he stressed: "It is just a possibility."

The decisions needed to reopen the economy will be at the discretion of the State Safety Committee. "We will reopen the economy when it is responsible to do so when the opinion of the experts who participate in the State Committee on Health Safety endorse it. Without risking people's lives and health. In the end, if contagion increases again and the pandemic gets out of control, this circumstance would force us to close productive activity again ”.

Mendoza Davis made it clear that “We are all interested in our economy returning to normal. However, the decision goes hand in hand with taking care of our health. For this reason, today more than ever, it is still very important that those who can do it stay at home, especially those at high risk," he said.

The governor also stated that food pantries and assistance organizations are in great need, and that will continue. So far more than 80,000 home deliveries of foodstuffs have been made.

Therefore, we are working on two levels of decision-making." First, to observe the statistical information and anticipate the scenarios of the pandemic and react accordingly. Second, to work with the departments and industries to develop protocols for each section of the economy to reopen. 

In the closing statements, Mendoza reiterated that surmounting this virus requires the cooperation and participation of all so that we can return to the new normal, faster.


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