#Mexico #City /
#With blankets, chairs and benches, dozens of capital citizens arrived from 05:00 hours to the rapid coronavirus test kiosks in various municipalities of #Mexico #City, where they made long lines in order to confirm that they started 2021 free of contagion.
The #Kiosks provide service from 09:00 to 17:00, but due to the fact that whole families came from the early morning to carry out the study, the tests sold out before they even opened some of the 16 places that were enabled today, which generated altercations among citizens.
#In the macro kiosk of the #Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office, it was reported that they only had 170 tests, so that only the same number of people could register; however, some tried to join the queue after 8:30 am, but were told that they would not be seen and should try on #Monday.
#In #Benito #Juárez, of the four kiosks that normally exist, today only the one located in the esplanade of the mayor’s office was available, where 250 places were distributed at 08:30 in the morning, which was barely enough for those who had up to almost three hours trained.
#While in #Miguel #Hidalgo, there were 170 tests ready, but at#Before 10:00 hours there were already 150 people in line and they kept joining.
#However, the staff indicated that they would work until 2:00 p.m., so the last one would have to enter at 1:30 p.m. and wait 30 minutes for the results and they would pass to one person every 20 minutes, which is the approximate time to perform the test.
#Two women who were at the top of the list began to argue over their rightful place. Therefore, those responsible for the capital government had to intervene to avoid major altercations.
#Yesterday the performance of rapid tests in the kiosks of the capital of the country was suspended and today only 16 kiosks were enabled.
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