Mexico will deliver basic products to 250,000 affected families | News

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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reported this Friday that starting Saturday, pantries with 24 basic basket products will be delivered to 250,000 families affected by Hurricane Otis in Acapulco and Coyuca de Benítez, both towns in the state of Guerrero.


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The Secretary of Economy, Raquel Buenrostro, updated the recovery situation and plans to reach an agreement with self-service companies to collaborate with basic food for the affected population.

“We must be attentive to Raquel Buenrostro, the Secretary of Economy, who is about to close the agreement with the department stores for the delivery of more groceries. "I understand that they were going to finish packing 10,000 groceries in Soriana, and so on in the other stores that are going to have the groceries already made, packed, and they will have the support of the National Guard," the president said.

Likewise, the head of state stated that the priority is vulnerable people because “we have to help the poorest, the most needy. There are those who lost their homes, furniture, they do not have a stove, refrigerator, or beds. “The first thing has to be for them, the same in the case of food, for everyone, but give preference to those most in need.”

López Obrador specified that a report is being prepared on the damage to homes and businesses, and it is planned to include small and medium-sized businesses and tenants in the aid, while pointing out that there are around 2 billion pesos available. to deliver these credits.

The national coordinator of Civil Protection, Laura Velázquez, reported that to date 46 deaths have been reported and 56 people have not yet been located, and for reconstruction actions there is support from the Armed Forces.

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