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Tamaulipas government grants labor license to older adults

Also for pregnant women and people with disabilities; the measure is carried out to protect the health of the most vulnerable population groups against COVID-19


March 18 of the 2020

Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas. By order of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de VacaStarting Thursday, March 19 and until April 20, Tamaulipas state government workers 60 years and older, pregnant women and people with disabilities, will temporarily enjoy a work license from the State Administration.

The measure is carried out to protect the health of population groups that are considered to be the most vulnerable or most at risk from an eventual spread of Coronavirus.

In the different dependencies of the Government of the State of Tamaulipas 1 people aged 131 and over work, as well as about 60 with some type of disability.

This provision of the State Executive will not affect the administrative activities of the State Government, since they will be attended by coworkers from each of the areas where they carry out their work.

Governor Garcia Cabeza de Vaca It also summoned the mayors of the 43 municipalities of Tamaulipas, within a framework of respect for municipal autonomy, to adopt the same provision in the municipalities.

For its part, the Ministry of Health of Tamaulipas reiterated that it is a measure to prevent and contain possible contagions by Coronavirus, so that mainly the aforementioned population groups must adopt measures of social isolation and comply with the recommendations of the health authority.

How to wash your hands frequently with soap and water; when coughing, cover the mouth and nose with the inside of the elbow; keep at least 1 meter away from other people; do not wave or kiss; avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth; avoid crowded spaces; spending more time at home; and if you have a cough, fever or shortness of breath, seek medical attention in time.

For more information on recommendations regarding the disease, the population can consult or the numbers 834 318 6320 and 834 318 6321.

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