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The Municipality of Merida reinforces security in municipal cemeteries for Mother’s Day celebrations

by Sofia Navarro
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As part of the celebrations for Mother’s Day, the Municipality of Merida, led by Renán Barrera Concha, will implement a special operation in municipal cemeteries so that visitors have all the necessary security measures to pay tribute to their loved ones.

The Mayor stated that the objective of this work is to offer the best security and harmony conditions to those who attend the Xoclan, General Cemetery, Florido, Jardines de la Paz, and Chuburná cemeteries to pay homage and reaffirm their love for mothers, wives, or family members on May 10.

“Mother’s Day is a very special and important day for everyone, especially for those whose mothers are absent but very present in their hearts. That is why we seek to ensure that families find these spaces in optimal conditions to commemorate these dates,” he said.

Barrera Concha reported that the operation for Mother’s Day will take place from Sunday, May 7, to Wednesday, May 10, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. There will be support from the elements of the Secretary of Public Security (SSP) and the Directorate of Municipal Police of Merida to monitor vehicular traffic in the vicinity of the cemeteries and ensure security inside them.

For their part, the director of Municipal Public Services, José Collado Soberanis, said that provisional water tanks will be installed inside the cemeteries for visitors to use. Likewise, he indicated that the department will have cleaning brigades with wheelbarrows and vehicles to clean the corridors of the vaults.

Although there will be a special operation for the date, the Cemetery department will be available from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. to provide attention, procedures, and services to the public. Also, the Xoclan Funeral Home will work during its usual 24-hour schedule, as it does 365 days a year.

Finally, the Municipality recommends that the population avoid allowing children to climb on the vaults to prevent accidents, respect the established visiting hours and signs, and take preventive measures for high temperatures such as bringing water to drink, wearing hats or caps, wearing comfortable and light clothing to avoid heatstroke.

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