Parque Zoológico Centenario will open on Saturday, January 1, and remain closed on Saturday, December 25.
(MERIDA Yuc – TYT) Because these are non-working days, there will only be emergency services this Saturday, December 25, and Saturday, January 1 in Yucatán.
On these dates of Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations, the State Government will maintain in operation only essential services and emergency response services for the general population.
According to what was informed through a bulletin, the Agency of Administration and Finance (AAFY) and the System for the Integral Development of the Family (DIF), for example, will work until 1:00 pm on Friday, December 24 and 31, but will not open on Saturday, December 25 and January 1, 2022.
Likewise, Japay informs that its offices and modules will be closed on the 25th. For any leaks report, please contact Japaytel at (999) 930-34-50, extension 25020, which is always available 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Hospitals belonging to the Ministry of Health of Yucatan (SSY) will operate normally. However, emergency areas will be available, as their personnel will be on duty during holidays and vacations to attend to the population.
In addition, the Secretariat of Women’s Affairs (Semujeres) will offer on-site services on the 24th, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Furthermore, it will implement a patrol operation during that afternoon and the weekend.
For immediate channeling, it has the telephone numbers 999923-37-11 and 999923-37-19 or its official Facebook profile.
For emergencies, it will maintain liaison with the Secretariat of Public Security (SSP) and resume normal activities on Monday 27, from 8:00 to 20:00.
On both the 24th and 31st, the Casa de las Artesanías (CAEY) invites you to its points of sale, located inside the Parador Turístico de Uxmal; the head office, on Calle 63 between 64 and 66 in Mérida’s Centro Histórico, near Monjas, and on the top floor of the capital’s International Airport, all from 10:00 to 14:00. However, none will be open on the 25th and 1st.
Similarly, the Instituto de Seguridad Social de los Trabajadores del Estado (Isstey) notifies that the stores on 60th and 67th Streets, in the first part of the City, will receive customers on the 24th and 31st, from 8:00 to 15:00, but will be closed on the other two dates.
The Secretariat of Economic Development and Labor (Sefoet) will have its windows available for the MicroYuc credit program, in its Business and Women’s modalities, on the 24th and 31st, between 9:00 am and 12:00 noon. At the same time, the cashier’s office will operate from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
The Housing Institute (IVEY), located on 56th Street between 47th and 49th in Centro, will provide its cashiering and customer service until noon on the 24th and 1:00 pm on the 30th, but not on the 25th and 31st. For questions or comments, please consult the website www.ivey.yucatan.gob.mx or its Facebook Messenger and Twitter accounts.
It will resume activities on Monday, January 3, in its regular schedule from 8:00 to 15:00. Still, due to the sanitary contingency, citizens are asked to schedule an appointment by dialing 930 30 70 to carry out procedures in case of payments. No appointment is required.
Finally, the Secretary of Innovation, Research and Higher Education (Siies) informs that the only area working during these days is the Legal Unit, to receive complaints about lack of integrity and ethical values, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Services in Merida
On the occasion of the Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, the Merida City Hall, through the Municipal Public Services Department, informs that services will continue to be provided to citizens in the event of maintenance reports or damage to urban infrastructure.
Likewise, the garbage collection service will be suspended starting tomorrow, Friday, December 24, at 10:00 pm and resumed until Monday, December 27. In the case of the Mega Green Points, the service will not be operating on non-working days.
Among the tasks to be carried out by the Municipal Public Services work crews will be the maintenance of avenues and streets, especially this Saturday, December 25, and Saturday, January 1. These activities will include Paseo de Montejo and the parks of the City’s first square.
The Yucatan Times
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