Dozens of people gathered yesterday at the stands of Tepito who sell toys prior to Kings Day.
Parents walked on Eje 1 Norte avenue, using face masks to prevent infections, although most did not use it properly (covering nose and mouth).
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Dolls, car tracks, board games and even clothes are stacked on the different canvas stands where customers come to buy the latest news.
Images of the agglomerations in Tepito were disseminated on social networks for Día de Reyes.
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Well today I drove through TEPITO / MERCED (because we got wrong), but I was impressed to see this.
He had not left the house for a month.
We are going to die
According to Claudia Sheinbaum we are at maximum risk of contagion, there are no protocols or anything. pic.twitter.com/JqbeyRynBX
– missael (@mi_ssael) January 3, 2021
THEY CARE FOR MORE TOYS THAN COVID
A few days after the celebration of the Three Kings, dozens of street vendors settled at the exit of the Metro Hidalgo to offer sweets, clothes and toys, despite the fact that the traffic light is red, without maintaining a healthy distance and, some, misused the mask.
In the area of La Merced and Tepito, as well as in Tláhuac, the informal keep markets with toys.
Currently Mexico City is in Red Traffic Light due to covid-19, so street commerce is not allowed, however merchants offer their products, some of them without complying with the healthy distance measures.
Until last January 3, 335 thousand 746 confirmed cases of covid-19 were counted, while deaths reach 21 thousand 926.
– Claudia Sheinbaum (@Claudiashein) January 3, 2021
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