Hospitals asked for help from Chapo Guzmán’s daughter to fight the coronavirus due to the lack of supplies

The message is clear: where the State does not arrive, the narco arrives. This Tuesday, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán It made news again in Mexico, this time because of his daughter. Alejandrina Guzmán, 36, captured the attention of the country, announcing that he would provide “chapodespensas” to older adults who have not received help due to the coronavirus crisis.

In a statement published on the Facebook page El Chapo Guzmán, which she uses to promote the clothing brand El Chapo 701, Alejandrina specifies that personally and under all security protocols,It will deliver a pantry to all seniors.

“We know that this situation will happen soon, and when this happens we will be able to receive you at our point of sale and at all our national events to be closer to all of you with the best products,” says a statement signed by Alejandrina Guzmán.

Aid distribution was carried out in the area metropolitan of Guadalajara, Jalisco. The distribution dynamic consists of sending a message to WhatsApp or through Facebook requesting personal help. Similarly, support can be requested for people they know with low resources.

The supplies to cope with the quarantine were packaged in boxes with well-kept, sober designs, with the face of the drug trafficker and the company’s web address.

Julio Campos, CEO of the brand, mentioned that with these actions, in addition to helping, they seek that people no longer point to the brand as part of the Sinaloa Cartel or as a hallmark of organized crime.

“It was a very popular topic, they liked it, they said thank you. There was a very strong theme from a person who told us that he was about to kill himself with this theme of don’t quit, but how? We are only helping, we are not seeing if it is the red or orange party. What they do do is refer to the elderly in need, “Campos told Millennium Television.

Alejandrina Guzmán’s intention is to distribute more food, including through some foundations they have asked for help from four public hospitals in the country, to get supplies such as gowns, masks and equipment against the coronavirus.

“We have four very serious requests for some hospitals that do not have the support of anything, we are analyzing how to get in,” said the CEO.

The hospitals that urged the support of Chapo Guzmán’s daughter are one in Guadalajara Jalisco; another in Torreón, Coahuila, and two in Mexico City.

It is not the first time that pantries of this type have been delivered to the population with images or logos of some criminal group. Last week, several Twitter profiles released photos of organized crime distributions in the entities of Tamaulipas, Jalisco, San Luis Potosí and Michoacán.

The photographs do not differ too much from what is seen in each state. Some deliver, others receive. Everyone happy.