During Christmas and holding New Year, in the Mexico City There were 593 complaints about parties, that is, an increase of 2,272% compared to 2019.
The above in the middle of Red light by Covid-19 and that Capital government invited to hold meetings only with the closest family nucleus.
According to the reports of the Command, Control, Computing, Communications and Citizen Contact Center of Mexico City (C5), on December 31, 2020 and January 1, 2021, 225 parties were reported, and at the end of the year of 2019 were 11, an increase of 1945%.
The top 5 of the colonies with higher incident record for December 31 they were: Carmen Serdán, in Coyoacán; Balbuena Garden, Venustiano Carranza; El Caballito and Santa Rosa, in Álvaro Obregón, and Carlos Zapata Vela, Iztacalco.
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By January 1 they were San Francisco Tlaltenco, Tláhuac; San Bartolo Ameyalco, in Álvaro Obregón; Aqueduct of Guadalupe, in Gustavo A. Madero; Barrio Norte, in Álvaro Obregón, and Constitución de la República, in Gustavo A. Madero.
On both days, 36 complaints were received from Gustavo A. Madero; 35 in Álvaro Obregón and Iztapalapa; 16 in Tlalpan; 13 in Cuauhtémoc; seven in Coyoacán and six in Venustiano Carranza.
Mexico City is on a red traffic light from December 18 to January 10 for the rise in hospitalizations by Covid-19.
One of the measures was to ask that large meetings not be held to avoid infections.
On December 16, the local Health Secretary, Oliva López Arellano, declared that 60% of infections have a history of meetings or parties.
According to C5 reports, on December 24 it received 121 complaints about parties, while in 2019 only six were registered; on the 25th there were 247 complaints, compared to the eight a year earlier.
On Christmas, between December 24 and 25, 2020, 368 complaints were reported, while in 2019, without a pandemic, there were 14, that is, 2528% more.
The top 5 of the neighborhoods with the highest record of incidents for December 24 are: Jalalpa el Grande in Álvaro Obregón; Miguel Hidalgo, Tlalpan; San Felipe de Jesús IV, Gustavo A. Madero; Xalpa III, Iztapalapa, and Héroes de Padierna, Tlalpan.
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While for December 25: Ejidos de San Pedro Mártir I, in Tlalpan; Penitentiary, in Venustiano Carranza; Vicente Guerrero Super Apple and New Fire, in Iztapalapa, and Los Reyes, Coyoacán.
On both days, 64 reports were received in Álvaro Obregón; 52 in Gustavo A. Madero; 49 in Iztapalapa; 32 in Tlalpan, and 24 in Venustiano Carranza.
They dissolve jaripeo
In Santa María Huexoculco, Chalco, State of Mexico, a jaripeo and dance that took place on the night of January 1 was dissolved and it was scheduled to end on Saturday, where 300 people were concentrated, so that municipal authorities carried out the action, reported Mayor José Miguel Gutiérrez .
Four herds participated in the event, which was dispersed with the support of the National Guard.