Piedra Barrenada restaurant in San Juan Cosala closes until April 30
San Juan Cosala’s popular lakeside restaurant, Piedra Barrenada, has shut down until April 30 , following government Covid-19 guidelines. The remainder of the restaurants in Chapala will continue to operate only with takeaway service
The restaurant area made up of 16 restaurants in San Juan Cosalá.
Miguel Cerna. Piedra Barrenada , San Juan Cosala’s lakeside restaurant famous for its tall foamy drinks and great view, has shut down until April 30 in line with the recommendations of the State Government to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19). The remaining 15 restaurants in the “restaurant corridor” where tourists also book boat tours of Lake Chapala and visit other attractions will remain totally closed and not offer home delivery or to go meals.
Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez and the municipal presidents and councils agreed to close beaches and hotels, bars and even religious routes that usually see a large flow of tourists for the Easter holiday.
«Because of the declaration of a health emergency that the Government of the Republic made March 30 we have to tell all Jaliscienses today that there will be no tourist services in any of these places, that anyone is thinking that they can isolate themselves in one of these tourist destinations instead of their home, they are wrong, ”said Alfaro Ramírez through a video on his social networks.
This provision is part of the actions taken by the State Government to stop the spread of the virus, along with the closure of non-essential trade throughout Jalisco. Only medical, paramedical, administrative branch offices, pharmacies, agricultural production, grocery stores, and prepared food outlets, among others will be open. As for the rest of the restaurants, inns and other food stalls in the municipality, take away or home delivery only is allowed; diners will not be permitted either inside or outside.
Restaurants were told that warnings, fines and even closings would be used to enforce the guidelines. In Jocotepec more than 20 staff will be in charge of monitoring the closure of non-essential establishments until April 30.
(translated by Patrick O’Heffernan)
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