In a full emergency due to COVID-19, tourists arrived at the most important beaches in Cancun.
This Christmas will be remembered as one of the most unusual due to the sanitary restrictions in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, vacation centers keep certain normality with full beaches. This is how Cancun looked like on Christmas Eve.
Hundreds of national and foreign tourists arrive on the beaches of the Mexican Caribbean during the Christmas season despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
The state remains on a yellow light due to Covid-19. Although the limit established for hotel occupancy by the color of the light is 60% percent, the state government has granted special permits for establishments to reach 80%. during the period from December 21 to 27 to those companies certified with the corresponding sanitary measures.
The state governor, Carlos Joaquín González, decreed the mandatory use of a mask in Quintana Roo, otherwise, there will be administrative sanctions.
The meetings should be family and 10 people maximum, trying to respect health measures, as part of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. taking care of habits., there will be fines and penalties for those who endanger health.
After months of relative optimism with occupancies at 60 percent, Cancun hoteliers face a difficult start of the year to come, they will be back with bookings of 25 percent for the first two months of the year compared to the usual 80 percent. This is revealed by the reservation books of Cancun hoteliers, which indicate a notable drop both compared to last year.
Roberto Cintrón, president of the Cancun, Puerto Morelos, and Isla Mujeres Hotel Association attributes this drop to the expectation that the vaccine is generating in travelers.
Thousands of tourists arrived on the beaches of Acapulco this weekend, despite the call from the authorities to respect the health security protocols due to the Covid-19 pandemic on the beaches the people did not respect them.
Mexico is open to US, Canada, UK and tourists from basically any country in the world so foreign and national travelers are heading to these and other Mexican beach destinations in large numbers.