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Be prepared for Monday Nov. 20: street, office and school closures

by Yucatan Times
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This year’s Mexican Revolution parade will be made up of 5,972 elements organized into 80 contingents, from middle and secondary schools, to the state, federal and municipal police, as well as the Armed Forces…

MERIDA — With the occasion of the civic-sports parade for the 107th anniversary of the start of the Mexican Social Revolution, scheduled for Monday, November 20, state authorities will implement a road operation due to the partial closure of streets and avenues, so alternate routes will be enabled so as not to interrupt vehicular traffic.

The whole area between Paseo de Montejo, from the Monumento a la Patria, to San Juan Park, including streets 58, 61 and 62, will be closed to traffic starting at 6:30 am on Monday and will reopen once the parade ends. The opening ceremony will begin at 7:45 am with the raising of the national flag on the Plaza Grande and at 8:00 am the parade will begin.

Alternative routes (Photo: La Vieja Guardia)

The alternate route for those who drive from north to south will be on 63rd street until 57th there you must change to 66th. For those who drive from south to north, two options will be enabled, the first along Calle 60th starting from its junction with 59th, to the stadium ‘General Salvador Alvarado’ and the second, it will be along Calle 56 until Prolongación Paseo de Montejo. Those who must pass through the area from west to east can do it through 79th Street in the Center and 21st at Prolongación Paseo de Montejo.

November 20 Parade in Merida (Photo: Sureste Informa)

Also on Monday activities in schools, banks and hospitals will be suspended, since it is considered a “non-working day”.

In accordance with the general provision of the National Securities Commission (CNV), which establishes the non-working days of the sector, banks that provide their services in shopping centers and supermarkets will not suspend services to the public, and will be open at usual times, unlike those which are outside these places, which will remain closed.

The Mexican Social Security Institute reported that it will only provide hospitalization and emergency services, so that most services in clinics and hospitals of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) at the state level will not be available.


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