CDMX: how to process the digital provisional certificate before the closing of windows due to COVID-19

CDMX motorists will be able to process the “Provisional Certificate to circulate” (Photo: Cuartoscuro)

In recent weeks, Mexico City has witnessed an escalation of infections from COVID-19 important, which is why some cultural venues in the capital have been closing. During the afternoon of this Tuesday, the Ministry of the Environment (Sedema) announced that the windows for vehicular verification procedures will join this measure, all in order to prevent the spread of the disease.

The local agency reported that in order to avoid COVID-19 infections, the Vehicle Verification Citizen Attention Area of ​​the General Directorate of Air Quality will remain closed to the public. until new notice.

However, during said closure, the General Directorate of Air Quality will make available to users the “Provisional certificate to circulate to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections”, which can be generated as free In the following link:

This Web Portal is intended for the registration of vehicles located in the CDMX (Photo: Sedema portal screenshot)
This Web Portal is intended for the registration of vehicles located in the CDMX (Photo: Sedema portal screenshot)

This Web Portal is intended for the registration of vehicles registered in Mexico City that require obtaining a provisional certificate to circulate, valid until January 31, 2022. LCitizens can go to carry out the following procedures:

Replacement of the Certificate of Vehicle Verification (hologram and/or Constancy).

– Request for Extension of the Verification Period for Theft, Loss, Major Repair or Cases not contemplated.

On the site, the following information about the car must be written in the indicated spaces: Plate, Vehicle Identification Number, Brand, Sub-brand and the model year. Afterwards, click on “Save record”.

It is important to point out that the certificate generated must be printed and placed in a visible place inside the vehicle. Vehicles bearing said certificate may circulate without having a certificate and/or hologram current vehicle verification, respecting the limitations established in the Hoy No Circula Program, according to the last hologram obtained.

This certificate will be valid until January 31, 2022 (Photo: Cuartoscuro)
This certificate will be valid until January 31, 2022 (Photo: Cuartoscuro)

This certificate will be valid until January 31, 2022 and may be renewed if so determined by this Secretariat. It should be noted that this does not exempt the owner or legal owner of the vehicle from carrying out the necessary administrative procedures before the Vehicle Verification Citizen Service Area when operations restart.

The Sedema clarified that the Vehicular Verification Centers operate with normal, so the verification can be carried out according to the established verification schedule.

Finally, the local agency emphasized that only in cases where the verification cannot be carried out because it requires carrying out a procedure in the Citizen Service Window certificate can be downloaded.

INAH museums will close until further notice

The Ministry of Culture of the Government of Mexico, through the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), reported that the National Museum of Anthropology and the Archaeological Zone of Tlatelolco, in Mexico City, will remain closed as of this Tuesday January 18 and until further notice; the same as he Regional Museum of History of Colima.

The National Museum of Anthropology will remain until further notice (Photo: INAH)
The National Museum of Anthropology will remain until further notice (Photo: INAH)

The foregoing, as a measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections and in order to safeguard the health of staff and visitors to these cultural spaces.

For his part, the National Museum of Interventionswill modify its service hours, opening its doors temporarily, from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

It is worth mentioning that these cultural venues are added to the Templo Mayor Museum, in the Mexican capital, which closed its doors again as a measure in the face of the health crisis.

starting this monday January 17 and until further notice, The Museo del Templo Mayor will remain closed, reported the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Mexico, through the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH).

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