Mexican Corona beer, which fell in sales due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic COVID-19, has now been phased out. As writes the Daily Mail, the brewing company Grupo Modelo reported about the suspension of work until “the very minimum”. But on April 5, production will stop completely.
This decision was taken against the background of a government order to close all the enterprises that are not of critical importance.
At the same time, the company expressed hope that it will be able to continue the work of the brewery “if the government deems it appropriate to issue some clarifications confirming that beer is an agro-industrial product. The agricultural sector is continuing its work.
In addition, Grupo Modelo has indicated that it is ready to transfer 75 percent of its employees to remote work, while still providing beer deliveries.