Mexico City, Mexico. After critical months, the Euskal Etxea in Mexico City is beginning to resume some if its in person activities Little by Little and responding to the demands of its members. Today, the 2020-2021 term of Basque classes will begin, restricted to groups that had started at the beginning of this year. The same goes for Mus. Following strict protocols, Muslaris returned to their traditional Tuesday gatherings, mainly to resume friendly games and to see if a tournament could be possible in the future.
In the words of club reference, Iñigo Bilbao, “For now the idea is to provide continuity to what was left pending before the pandemic. Basque classes, for example, will continue for now as they began before the quarantine. The possibility to incorporate activities and new courses will be revisited in January, depending on the situation at that time.”
The Euskal Etxea in Mexico City has a large hall that allows gatherings respecting social distancing. Zorionak, lagunok! Eutsi bideari!
[The Euskal Etxea in Mexico prepared a welcoming video for Muslaris with club president, Julen Ruiz de Azua, explaining protocol]