This Monday, delivery of household goods begins in Acapulco: López Obrador

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The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, announced that this Monday the delivery of household goods to the population affected by Hurricane Otis in Acapulco, Guerrero will begin.

From social networks, López Obrador reported that also this Monday more than 100 thousand elderly people in Guerrero will be able to access their pension from the Welfare Secretariat.

“Tomorrow the distribution of household goods begins in Barra Vieja and on Tuesday the delivery of pensions to 100,820 older adults begins, as well as people with disabilities, scholarship recipients and other beneficiaries of the Wellbeing Programs,” the president explained.

López Obrador assured that the federal government remains attentive to the needs of the population affected by the natural phenomenon.

He said that on average 30 thousand pantries and 200 thousand liters of water are distributed, plus what is supplied with 148 pipes and 13 water treatment plants.

“Sedena alone prepared 49,350 hot meals today,” the president noted in his publication.

Regarding his tour of the Mayan Train, López Obrador announced that on November 19, La Plancha Park in Mérida will be inaugurated; on December 1, the Tulum International Airport; on December 15, the Mayan Train from Campeche to Cancún; on December 31, from Cancun to Palenque.

In addition, he pointed out that on February 29, 2024, the entire Mayan Train will be operating in its 1,554 kilometers of length, 29 restored archaeological zones and 6 hotels.

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