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COVID-19 Rules Remain in Place at Cancun Beaches as Local Cases Decline
March 9, 2021
Quintana Roo officials said that although the state’s epidemiological traffic light has turned yellow, many health and safety protocols for high-traffic areas such as beaches will remain in effect.
According to Riviera Maya News, Quintana Ru Governor Carlos Joaquin Gonzalez has announced that the state has until the 28th. The month of February will be dedicated to yellow lights and will contribute to more employment in companies.
The change in epidemiological coverage is due to a decrease in the number of COPID-19 infections in the region. Despite the progress made, Joaquin Gonzalez remains adamant that locals and tourists must comply with all safety regulations.
If the protocols are followed, the epidemiological light will show it immediately, Joaquin Gonzalez told Riviera Maya News.
The Director of the Federal Maritime Administration, Wagner Elbiorn, stated that the safety standards introduced in the orange phase will be maintained in Cancun, but the flow rate will be increased by 30 to 60%.
According to Elbiorn, visitors should always submit to temperature checks, wear masks, limit groups to five people or less and not drink alcohol. Beaches will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time.
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