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Reopening Mexico’s Manufacturing Industries During COVID-19

With the arrival of COVID-19 in North America the federal government of Mexico began issuing decrees in March of this year to prevent spread of the virus and protect its citizens. The first decrees dealt with keeping the vulnerable like the elderly, immunocompromised and pregnant women, at home. Just as with other countries around the world, when cases started to increase the government mandated the temporary closure of non-essential businesses. This included various sectors in Mexico’s manufacturing industries.

Manufacturing in Mexico during COVID-19: Is my Business Essential?

New Mexican Federal Decree Defines Essential Businesses, Essential Workers, and Stay at Home Orders

The Mexican federal government issued a decree on March 31, 2020 that defines which businesses are considered essential and allowed to remain open, who are considered essential workers, as well as updating the suggested and strict stay at home orders. Manufacturers in Mexico should review the list of business activities that are considered essential as well as the strict stay at home orders that may apply to their personnel.

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