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Quintana Roo Says 1.5 Million Tourism Workers Will Soon Be Vaccinated

1.5 million tourism workers will soon be vaccinated, says Quintana Roo governor Carlos Joaquin. As tourism in the country escalates, especially in Cancun and Riviera Maya, Mexico is prioritizing health and safety bylaws by acquiring vaccines for its tourism workers. In regards to accelerating the vaccination campaign, the state governor said: “To take care of …

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Mexico’s President Forecasts Tourism Recovery In Cancun By Summer

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador estimates that within the next three months, tourist activity in Quintana Roo will recover to pre-pandemic numbers. Although the Mexican Caribbean is doing remarkably well under given circumstances – mainly due to its leniency in entry requirements – tourism rates in Mexico’s travel capital have been partly compromised due …

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First Batch Of Pfizer Vaccines Arrives In Playa Del Carmen

Quintana Roo has just received its first batch of Pfizer vaccines which arrived Sunday at Cancun International by helicopter. The tourism-renowned state continues to follow health and safety protocols by using its new vaccine supply to assist the most vulnerable age group located in Playa del Carmen. Mayor of Playa del Carmen, Laura Beristain Navarrete …

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Only 5% of Cancun Real Estate “Agents” Are Actually Licensed

With ocean view properties at compelling prices, it’s no wonder that is a rising demand from Americans in relocating to Cancun. While there is no shortage of real estate agents ready to offer their services, there is a concern regarding how many of those “agents” are in fact licensed to sell.  The official real estate …

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Cancun Awaits Shipment of 10,000 Vaccines To Quintana Roo This Week

Over 10,000 vaccines are expected to arrive in Quintana Roo this week. The news comes as the province recently expressed concern to the Federal Secretariat of Health for the unfair distribution of vaccine supply after the state was left off the latest distribution list for vaccines. The tourism capital of Mexico wants to ensure maximum …

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Cancun and Area Receive 2.4 Million Tourists In First Two Months of 2021

Cancun and the state of Quintana Roo continues to defy the odds in the face of the pandemic. While most countries around the world are suffering from low international flight numbers, the resort city of Cancun and surrounding tourism hotspots including Cozumel have re-established 55 routes from different cities around the world. In the first …

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Cancun Eases Restrictions As Spring Break Approaches

The Governor of Quintana Roo has announced an easing of restrictions for Cancun, Playa Del Carmen and Tulum as the Mexican Caribbean prepares for an influx of travelers for spring break. State governor Carlos Joaquin announced that the state epidemiological light will change from orange to yellow which allows for more occupancy at hotels, restaurants …

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SLS Luxury Hotel Brand Opens Sixth Global Property in Cancun

Cancun is increasingly positioning itself as a global tourism leader, with many leading international businesses in the travel and tourism space looking to secure their place in the tropical paradise.   Most recently, the SBE Hotel Group has launched the new SLS Cancun, a luxurious property that will operate in the region under the Group’s …

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Maya Train – Everything Travelers Need To Know

The Maya Train, or Tren Maya in Spanish, is a tourist train that will connect popular sites across the Yucatán Peninsula, encompassing the states of Quintana Roo, Chiapas, Yucatán, and Campeche. Construction of the project began in 2018 and is estimated to open as early as within the next two years, attracting 8,000 daily riders. …

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