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Cancun Visitors Warned About Surging Covid Cases

Tourists visiting Cancun for summer vacations have been warned to exercise increased caution after the state of Quintana Roo received more than 1,800 new Covid-19 infections over the last five days. More than 600 positive tests for SARS-COV2 have been reported to the Secretary of Health in Quintana Roo over the past few days. The …

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Cancun Governor Requests The Use Of Face Masks Indoors 

Health officials in Mexico expected to see an uptick in Covid cases during the busy summer travel months but cases are rising at an alarming rate, which has led the Governor of Cancun to ask tourists to wear masks indoors again.  Last week the government announced that it was holding off on reinstating restrictions, as …

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Cancun Officials Will Not Reinstate Restrictions Despite Rise In Cases 

The number of Covid cases has steadily gone down since early in the year but, as expected, the summer travel season has caused a slight increase in cases, but despite the rise in infections, Cancun officials will not be reinstating restrictions as of right now.  It was only a couple of months ago that the …

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Masks Will Still Be Required At Cancun International Airport

In spite of the fact that the governor of the state of Quintana Roo, where Cancun is located, has removed the mask mandate in both open and closed spaces within the state, the Cancun airport is still running on the previous guidelines. Security guards stationed at all of the airport’s terminals continue to remind tourists …

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Cancun Indoor Mask Mandate Will Be Removed If Cases Stay Low 

In Cancun, the outdoor mask mandate was removed in March and now the indoor mask mandate will be removed too if cases stay low. The removal of the indoor requirement was recently hinted at by Governor Carlos Joaquín González, who also mentioned relaxing other preventative measures as well. The removal of these protective measures will …

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Cancun Health Authorities Warn Of Possible Increase In Covid Cases This Summer

Although Covid cases in Cancun are few and far between right now, health authorities are warning of a possible increase in cases this summer. The city has been in the green in regards to its level of risk, which is measured by a “traffic light” warning system, due to the steady decrease in cases so …

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These Airlines Do Not Require Masks For Your Trip To Cancun 

Following the recent ruling in the U.S. regarding masks, some airlines will no longer require you to wear a mask for your trip to Cancun, at least for now. The decision to end the requirement of wearing masks in U.S. airports and on U.S. flights was made by a Florida judge, but an appeal is …

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Free Vaccines Available For All Travelers At Cancun Airport

Starting this Wednesday free COVID vaccines have been made available to tourists over the age of 18 that want to get vaccinated at the Cancun airport. The vaccination campaign is slated to continue throughout the entire month of April within the Cancun International Airport. After that time the idea is to either take those same …

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Second ADO Bus Crash Near Cancun Causes Injuries

A new accident occurred on the Merida-Cancun highway when a passenger bus from the ADO company collided with a cargo van on the same road. According to the initial report, the accident took place around midnight, and there were two seriously injured people. Paramedics who treated the wounded explained that the bus collided with a …

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Flights To Cancun Continue To Climb Despite Pandemic And World Conflict

The tourism industry in general continues to take blow after blow. It seems that all of the latest main world events spell disaster for the tourism industry. The COVID pandemic is obviously the biggest one in a generation. Travel restrictions are still in effect in some countries. That has heavily impacted the number of flights …

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