Not fear. The speakers will play to determine which is not working properly.
April 9, 2021
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Not fear! The Mexican City Government reported that on Sunday, April 11, at 11 a.m., they would check 12,825 loudspeakers and broadcast a message.
This is to ensure that the speaker works properly in the event of an emergency. Therefore, the authorities requested to report unusual things such as:
- Sound is not reproduced
- That is not being heard clearly
- That volume is not enough
At 11:00 a.m. on April 11, an audio test will be performed on 12,825 speakers installed in the City to verify their correct performance.
If you discover an error, please report it.
Remember: This is not a drill! pic.twitter.com/CCNcs9DJcq
– Government of CDMX (@GobCDMX) April 9, 2021
How do I report speakers?
Mexico City recommends identifying a speaker ID, this is written on each post. If you don’t have this number, you’ll need to provide detailed location: street and nearby corner.
Once you have this data, you can report it in the following ways:
- Calling 911
- Call Locatel: 55 5658 1111
- Via website: atencionciudadana.cdmx.gob.mx
- inside Social Network CDMX Government
The sound will only play once, so be alert and don’t panic. Additionally, this will be the announcement to be released:
“This is an acoustic test of the speakers in Mexico City. We appreciate your assistance in reporting any bugs to 911 ”.
– Government of CDMX (@GobCDMX) April 8, 2021
To clarify, this test is not a drill.