Mérida, Yucatán, (December 23, 2021).- The governor of the state Mauricio Vila Dosal sent a message to all Yucatecans to celebrate this Christmas responsibly, since the pandemic has not yet ended, and it is crucial to take care of yourself to avoid a new wave of infections.
Through a message addressed to all Yucatecans, the head of the executive branch took the opportunity to wish happy holidays, recognizing the values of solidarity and responsibility that Yucatán has had during difficult times.
It was through his official social networks that he provided the message, in which he recognizes that Yucatecans tirelessly to have a good economic recovery in the state.
“There are still challenges to overcome and the pandemic is not over yet. For this reason, I call on Yucatecan society to continue working in unity for our future. I say this because although these are times of a lot of social contact and celebrations with the family, it must be done in a responsible way. Let’s continue taking care of ourselves, abiding by hygiene measures so that we continue to protect those we love the most, ” he said.
“I am sure that this year 2022 will be very prosperous for everyone because with the great work we are doing, many good things will come of which all of you are a part,” he concluded.
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