The cold front 10 continues to cause damage to various parts of the country due to low temperatures. Therefore, Veracruz, Puebla and Tabasco suspended classes in some municipalities.
Ministry of Public Education Puebla Tomorrow, he decided to suspend half of the schools in 87 municipalities, one-third of the states, which influenced 532,000 students who did not have school activities.
Due to the General Coordination of the Civil Protection of the State, there will be four thousand 806 preschool, primary, high school and high school education institutions that will close their doors, and the Serdán Valley municipalities, Tehuacan, will warn of low temperatures in Sierras. Black, North and Northeast.
Honey, Huauchinango, Xicotepec de Juárez, Zacatlán, Chignahuapan, Ixtacamaxtitlán, Tlaola, Naupan, Tlaxco, Aquixtla, Tetela de Ocampo, Ahuazatepec, Ahuacatlan, Chiconcuautla, Tlapacoya, Tlacuilotepec, Amixtlan, Tepango de Rodríguez municipalities in Sierra Norte. Zongozotla, Coatepec, Olintla, Jopala, Zihuateutla, Pahuatlan, Juan Galindo and Camocuautla.
In Northeast Sierra, the measures apply for Teziutlan, Tlatlauquitepec, Cuetzalan, Zacapoaxtla, Zautla, Chignautla, Xiutetelco, Hueyapan, Ixtepec, Hueytlalpan, Jonotla, Zoquiapan, Nauzontla, Atlequizayan, Yaonahuac, Teteles de Avila Castillo, Zaragoza, Xochiapulco and Atempan.
In the Valley of the Serdán, Suspend Classes, Oriental, Hope, Chalchicomula de Sesma, San Salvador El Seco, Rafael Lara Grajales, San Jose Chiapa, Cañada Morelos, Tlachichuca, Tecamachalco, Quecholac, Acatzingo, General Felipe Ángeles, Guadalupe Victoria, Ocotepec , Palmar de Bravo, Los Reyes de Juárez, La Fragua, Aljojuca, Atzitzintla, Cuapiaxtla de Madero, Cuyoaco, Tepeyahualco, Soltepec, San Nicolás Buenos Aires, San Juan Atenco, Quimixtlán, Chichiquila, Chilchotla and Mazapiltepec de Juárez.
Meanwhile, there will be classes at Caltepec, Coyomeapan, Chapulco, Nicolás Bravo, Santiago Miahuatlán, Tepanco de López, Tlacotepec de Benito Juárez, Vicente Guerrero, Yehualtepec, Zapotitlán Salinas and Zoquitlán in Sierra Negra.
The General Coordination of Civil Protection of the State has recommended to take the necessary measures to avoid risks for primary and high school students, ie preschool, primary, secondary, and baccalaureate.
On Thursday, the province is expected to see a significant drop in temperatures and a slow recovery in the afternoon.
By the way Veracruz, cold front More than 30 municipalities suspend classes Since November 13, several announcements and even cars have been reported, damaged by the impact of hundreds of fallen trees as well as objects falling on the wind.
Before the emergency, at least at the port of Veracruz, the Army mobilized the DNIII Plan to provide assistance and protection to the population.
Meanwhile, in municipalities such as Landero and Coss, Mihuatlán, Chiconquiaco and Cofre de Perote, low temperatures have been reported due to snow and snow.
in TabascoThe suspension of classes will continue in the coastal zone schools, which include the municipalities of Centla, Cárdenas and Paraíso, which were approved by the Tabasco Education Secretary (Setab).
Jorge Mier and Terán Suárez, head of the Institute for Civil Protection, said the, north event devam would probably continue until Friday, so it is better to take preventive measures near the seas. There are already at least 700 victims.
With the communiqué it was announced that the works continued in 14 of 17 municipalities, but they continued diligently with the managers, teachers and parents of the schools located in low places or in the vicinity of the rivers. to agree on other decisions about floods or rain.
in noblemanThe Public Education Secretariat (SEPH) announced that classes will continue to be suspended in all schools and educational levels due to the low temperatures registered.
In today's and Thursday's early morning, a very cold weather with temperatures ranging from 0 ° C to 5 ° C in the city, from 5 ° C to 0 ° C in mountains and rural areas. having expected a thermal descent. This was approved by the Directorate of Civil Protection and Risk Management.
Information from Iván Sánchez, Erick Almanza, Albert Hernández and Miriam Camacho