Everything you need to know about the time change
After seven months with daylight saving time or daylight saving time, Mexico is preparing to change the clocks to winter time. Here, check out when and where DST ends.
Mexico applied Daylight saving time (DST)also known as summer timeSince 1996 with the aim of saving electricity. However, there are studies that have found that changing time has many negative health effects, such as cardiovascular problems, memory problems, and Sleep disorders. So, this may be the last time the state will have to return the watches.
president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Pledge to end daylight saving time. On September 29, the House of Representatives approved the said proposal, but its discussion in the Senate is still pending. According to surveys conducted by the Mexican government, 71% of the population is against daylight saving time.
However, while nothing has been established yet, the country is preparing to welcome winter time. Here, check out everything you need to know like when, where and how Make the change.
When does daylight saving time start in Mexico?
DST starts on Sunday 30 October 2022 and ends on 1 April 2023, only if the law is not changed. However, it must first be discussed in the Senate, after approval by the House of Representatives.
Winter time 2022 in Mexico: do the clocks move forward or backward?
Watches should be 1 hour late Sunday October 30. If daylight saving time remains, turn it on April 1, 2023 The clock will move forward one hour. This change, according to studies, is linked to an increase in traffic accidents, as well as other health disorders.
Winter time 2022 in Mexico: Is it changing across the country?
While change is required in the majority of the territory, not all entities in the country make the change. All municipalities in The border area with the United States is exemptas well as Quintana Roo and Sonora.