The Dry Law is one of the measures and restrictions that the Government of the Mexico City in order to avoid parties and crowds during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the Official Gazette of the capital, the CDMX must suspend activities related to the sale of alcoholic beverages in all its graduations on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, alternately at 16 mayors.
What are the municipalities where there will be Prohibition this weekend?
From Friday 1 to Sunday 3 January, demarcations in which the sale of alcoholic beverages is suspended are the following:
- Gustavo A. Madero
- Magdalena Contreras
- Miguel Hidalgo
– Claudia Sheinbaum (@Claudiashein) January 1, 2021
In which establishments does it apply?
The suspension of the sale of alcoholic beverages applies in wineries, grocery stores, supermarkets with licenses for the sale of wines and spirits, self-service stores, department stores, as well as in establishments that are temporarily installed and in any other similar, that sell alcoholic drinks. The sale will only be allowed in glass with food (not snacks) inside restaurants.
People who do not comply with the measure will be referred to the Civic Court, where a sanction will be imposed in accordance with the provisions set forth in the Commercial Establishments Law, the Civic Culture Law, the Administrative Verification Law and other legal provisions in force in the capital of the country.
The end of 2020 is coming and with it, we must reflect 🤔 on what we want in 2021. To be healthy and avoid spreading or getting #COVID19… Don’t go to meetings! 🛑#IsNotPartyTime 🚫🥳 #Stay at home pic.twitter.com/xKNEUazz91
– CDMX Government (@GobCDMX) December 31, 2020
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