Classes are suspended in Jalisco, Colima and Guerrero due to 'Lidia' and remnants of 'Max'
The educational authorities of Jalisco, Colima and Guerrero announced the suspension of classes on Wednesday, October 11, 2023 for the advancement of Hurricane Lydia and the remnants of Maxwhich hit the Mexican coasts in the last few hours, causing torrential rains and flooding.
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In Warrior, the Governor Evelyn Salgado He said that as part of the preventive measures to safeguard the integrity of students and teachers and given the weather forecast, classes are suspended at all educational levels and in both shifts in the regions of Costa Grande and Sierra de Guerrero. The state is still affected by the remnants of Maxthe first tropical cyclone to make landfall this week on Mexican coasts.
In Colimathe state Ministry of Public Education announced that given the continuous rainfall generated by the hurricane Lidia and upon the recommendation of the Scientific Advisory Committee of Civil Protection, it has been decided to suspend classes this Wednesday, October 11.
“The suspension applies to the morning shift at all educational levels and in all municipalities of our entity,” he warned on his social networks.
Likewise, the University of Colima It also added to the suspension of classes and work for all shifts for tomorrow, October 11, 2023, in order to safeguard the integrity of the entire university community.
In Jalisco The government reported on its social networks the suspension of classes in 23 municipalities of the state and asked the population to stay informed about Lidia's progress through the state.
The municipalities are: Puerto Vallarta, Cabo Corrientes, Pet, Villa Purificación, La Huerta, Cihuatlán, Casimiro Castillo, Autlán de Navarro, Tomatlán, San Sebastián del Oeste, Talpa de Allende, El Grullo, El Limón, Unión de Tula, Ejutla, Atengo, Guachinango , Mixtlán, Cuautla, Cuautitlán de García Barragán, Atenguillo, Ayutla and Tenamaxtlan.
Baja California Sur announces return to school
The authorities of Baja California Sur announced that due to the positive weather forecast in the municipality of La Paz, classes will resume in both shifts on October 11, at all educational levels.
“The SEP calls on the population not to fall for false information that circulates on social networks and WhatsApp groups. Classes will resume normally tomorrow,” he indicates on his social networks.
Red alert activated in Jalisco and Nayarit due to Lidia
The National Civil Protection Coordination activated the red alert for 22 municipalities in Jalisco and 11 in Nayarit due to the Hurricane Lydia and recommended that the population stay at home or in a temporary shelter until the authorities report that the danger is over.
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