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Cozumel Cruises To Return In Summer 2021 Despite Opposition To New Cruise Dock

Covid caused mass-shutdown for the cruise industry in 2020. However, with restrictions easing and some sense of normality beginning to return. Mexico is a hugely popular destination for cruises, with almost 9 million visitors arriving via cruise ships in 2019. The Mexican Caribbean is home to the most popular ports, with two-thirds of the country’s …

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New Restrictions Added For Cancun And Tourism Hotspots In Quintana Roo

Due to an increase in Covid-19 transmissions, Governor Carlos Joaquin has added additional restrictions for Cancun, Tulum and Playa del Carmen in order to reduce the spread of the virus. While Covid related deaths have been lower in recent weeks, the Governor felt it was crucial to increase safety measures in order to prevent further …

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Traveler That Tested Positive Evades Cancun Airport Security

Since January 2021 there have been 14 confirmed cases of Covid-19 detected at the Cancun International Airport. One of those passengers evaded airport authorities before instructions on quarantine and other protocols were given. Communications director of Health Services, Hector Sosa confirmed in a recent interview that authorities cannot detain people after a positive Covid-19 test. …

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Playa del Carmen Closes High Traffic Streets At Night Due To Surge In Cases

After weeks of warnings from Governor Carlos Joaquín González, several roads that are vital for transportation around Playa del Carmen are now closed to nighttime traffic. The city has already implemented closures on several vital roadways. The head of public security, Jorge Robles has explained that these routes will be closed daily from 10:00pm until …

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Cancun Closes Streets As State Is On The Brink Of Business Closures

Cancun will be closing streets and strictly enforcing Covid-19 prevention measures after cases continue to surge in the resort city. The Governor of Quintana Roo has warned that the entire state is on the brink of a ‘Red Light’ warning level which will close all non-essential businesses. Visitors should keep in mind that tourism is …

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Cancun Sets New Record For Highest Number Of Cases

Cancun has once again set new records for the highest numbers of Covid-19 cases since the pandemic began. The governor of Quintana Roo, Carlos Joaquín announced at a press conference that Benito Juárez, where Cancún is located is peaking at its highest levels yet. “The Cancun area has the highest peak in the entire history …

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Tulum Archeological Site Closed After Employee Tests Positive

The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) has confirmed that starting on May 9th 2021 the Archeological Zone of Tulum will be closed until further notice due to a positive case of Covid-19. “In light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic all necessary measures must be taken to keep everyone safe, especially when there has …

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Cancun Hotels Fear High Infection Rate Could Ruin Summer Tourism

Hoteliers in Cancun are concerned over the recent increase in Covid-19 infections that brought the state of Quintana Roo back to the “Orange” level warning. Under the orange epidemiological warning level, hotels may operate at maximum 50% of capacity. An additional 600 hotels in Cancun have received special authorization for operating at 70% capacity due …

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Cancun Could See Increased Restrictions As Cases Surge

Quintana Roo Governor, Carlos Joaquín has warned that the state could see increased restrictions and be forced to return to an orange warning level as cases continue to surge in both Cancun and Tulum. If the current trend continues to rise, the state will revert back to orange beginning the first week of May. The …

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Mexico Reports Zero ‘Red’ Risk States As Cases Continue To Decline

Mexican Caribbean tourists can now travel to their favourite exoctic locations with lowered risk. For the second consecutive week, the country has reported no ‘red’ states, indicating no maximum risk of transmission. As for the current week, an analysis has been given of the risk of COVID-19 carried in each state of Mexico. With three …

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