A Monterrey motorist published a video on social networks of the moment when a police officer caught in Coahuila it prohibits the entrance to that entity arguing that “in Monterrey it is well infected”, referring to the coronavirus.
In the video it is seen when the driver explains to the security officer that he is going to visit his mother, since he is originally from Ramos Arizpe but lives in Monterrey, to which the latter asks him to return because access is not allowed to non-residents.
I mean“No one can enter Monterrey, they are well infected there. It is curfew. So you come for your family (…) You cannot enter Saltillo, you return.
“No one can enter Monterrey for Saltillo (…) Saltillo is closed for all tourists, visitors, who come to leave something,” said the police.
For his part, the Governor of Jaime Rodríguez Calderón reported that he contacted his counterpart in Coahuila, Miguel Riquelme, who apologized to the public for the officer’s words of security.
“I was in contact with the governor of Coahuila, Miguel Riquelme, who expressed his apologies to the Nuevo Leon society for the unfortunate comment from a police element in his state.
Rodríguez Calderón agreed that it was a bad choice of words and assured that they will continue to work together for the good of the inhabitants of both states.
“I agree that it was only a bad choice of words, but we are clear that the asset does its job for the good of its state and our region,” he said in a Facebook post.