Sedena and GN monitor shopping centers to reactivate Acapulco's economy

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A contingent of 11,500 members of the Mexican Army and the National Guard carry out surveillance work in commercial establishments, with the aim of reactivating the economy and the supply chain in the Port of Acapulco, Guerrero, impacted by Hurricane Otis, ago one week.

The Secretariat of National Defense reported, in a report on the fifth day of work to serve the population affected by the meteor, that military and security personnel are guarding 78 gasoline sales service stations.

An operation was also initiated to guarantee security in the vicinity of the Central de Abastos and in ten shopping centers, with the aim of reactivating the supply chain and the economy of the area.

Health Service personnel participated in the transfer of three newborns to Mexico City, along with their mothers.

The Ministry of Welfare invites communities in Guerrero to remain attentive to the census due to the effects of 'Otis'

Elements of the Mexican Army and the National Guard also carry out operations to accompany vehicles that arrive at the port with donations of humanitarian aid.

As part of the tasks of Plan DN-III-E and Plan GN-A, these personnel have participated in the distribution of 34,954 food supplies and 83,572 liters of water.

This Monday, from the Collection Center installed in Mundo Imperial, the distribution of 13,553 food supplies and 180,853 liters of water was carried out.

The Mexican Air Force personnel continue to carry out operations to transfer supplies and personnel to the area affected by Otis, and 15 tons of food are being prepared to distribute as food supplies.

With two mobile kitchens and five dining rooms, Mexican Army personnel have prepared and delivered 14,902 rations of hot food, and it was reported that five more kitchens will be installed this Monday.

In terms of road cleaning, the Sedena and the National Guard reported that their personnel advanced on 78 percent of the avenue from La Venta to Diana and along the coast, from Icacos to Pie de la Cuesta.


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