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Iconic Sobrino clinic to reopen in Cancun

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Cancun’s iconic Sobrino clinic will reopen, after countless signs of outrage, first with the abrupt closure, and subsequent public support, the iconic private hospital has announced its upcoming reopening. Just a few weeks ago, Dr Sobrino’s famous clinic, one of the first to set up in the city of Cancun, posted a message on social networks informing that it would close due to the state of insecurity in which people live in the city. You may be interested: Crime forces Sobrino clinic to close in Cancun. It appeared that this closure had its origin in the alleged charge of “floor rights” to which its owner was conditioned, which raised deep indignation in the cancunense society. The post quickly went viral, and the hundreds of comments showed people’s boredom with the shutdown, and the reason for it, as they showed their support and demanded that authorities take action. steps on this. However, today, through its page on the social network Facebook, the private clinic announced its return, which it called a “temporary” closure, and thanked the support of the residents of this city. In its message, the clinic began by thanking the demonstrations of solidarity “Dear patients and the community of Cancun, We would like to thank each of you for all the messages and expressions of affection.” And they went on to add that the shutdown was a difficult but necessary decision that they had to make, but that they had decided to resume their activities as of Monday, May 17. “We are deeply grateful for all the messages, comments, shares and actions to demonstrate their rejection of this injustice,” they expressed. Finally, they thanked the media who published their story and said they hoped Cancun will be a great city again. Iconic Sobrino clinic to reopen in Cancun