Mexico will virtually celebrate Grito de Dolores by Covid-19 – CountingNews

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Mexico, Sep 6 (Prensa Latina) The federal government and that of Mexico City will commemorate the 210 years of Independence virtually without a presence in the Historic Center on the night of the Grito de Dolores on the 15th, nor the military parade on 16, confirmed today.

The head of the capital's Secretary of Government, José Alfonso Suárez del Real, announced that the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, will opt for the virtuality scheme; however, it will perform the protocol as scheduled each year. This time only the soldiers with the torches will be on the plate of the Zócalo.

He described that at the ceremony López Obrador will go out to the presidential balcony to give the Shout, but there will be no people on the grid in the capital's Zócalo. That same scheme was agreed with 14 of the 16 mayors of Mexico City, so their councilors will carry out prerecorded virtual screams.

They will not do the Scream on the 15th, to avoid temptation, but rather they will be preparing it in advance to project them through their networks, their platforms on the 15th at 10:00 pm.

He trusted that the citizens of the capital will stay at home to avoid contagion and not throw away everything that is it has been making progress in fighting Covid-19 because it would once again be in situations similar to when the Stay at Home was decreed, said the official.


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