Public transport operations due to the rise in COVID-19 cases

Before him increase cases of COVID-19 in the entity, the Quintana Roo Mobility Institute (IMOVEQROO) will intensify supervisory operations with inspection and thermal fogging filters and patrolling in all municipalities.

From the outset, the director of the organization, Jorge Pérez Pérez, affirmed that the strategy will be launched “Move Safe” as part of the actions that seek to stop the incidence of contagions of the illness.

As timely reported AmericanPost.News, the increase in cases of COVID-19 caused that as of next Monday the entity recedes the yellow color in the Epidemiological Traffic Light State.

In this framework, Jorge Pérez stressed that they will intensify the supervision through the “Move Safe” program where, in addition to inspection filters and thermal fogging, they will perform peripheral surveillance, patrol and place information sheets with QR codes to consult health protocols.

Now that there is an upturn in infections, we will urge both transport operators and users to maintain sanitary measures to prevent more positive cases.

By the way, he commented that in the municipalities Benito Juárez, Solidaridad and Othón P. Blanco is where the prevention protocols are least followed, to such a degree that they have detected public transport drivers and passengers without face masks.

They violate sanitary protocols

Public transport operations due to the rise in COVID-19 cases.

Many public transport operators have been found to disregard the recommendations and this is no longer possible, because this could be promoting more infections in the midst of the economic recovery season.

The head of the IMOVEQEOO anticipated that sanctions will be applied against those who do not comply with health protocols, while detailing that the most recurrent complaints are for not wearing face masks, not respecting the passenger capacity and not applying alcohol gel to all those who board the units of public transport.

By the way, in 2021 they verified more than 30 thousand vehicles, installed four thousand sanitary filters and more than 2,500 bus stops were disinfected, as well as about 40 thousand public transport units.