A Mexicali bar was shut down by state authorities for protocol violations.
In a prepared statement the Commission to Protect against Sanitary Risks said the site was inspected at 11:30 p.m. Friday and shut down by the authorities.
According to the report the place had over 550 guests or at 120 percent capacity.
The agency recalled that under the orange epidemiological light restaurants and bars must operate at 50 percent capacity.
Guests were also found violating social distancing and face masks protocols.
The agency did not disclose the name of the business.
On Saturday Cervecería Ícono announced that the site was reopened for business. The brewing company said the site was opened by following protocol and at 50 percent capacity.