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Governor reports some tourist reservations are being made for Cancun, Riviera Maya

Chetumal, Q. R. — Governor Carlos Joaquín continues to urge people to reinforce prevention, hygiene and social distancing measures, since when economic activities are resumed, “we are going to confront the coronavirus outside of house.”

“It is important that you know we are going to live with the coronavirus. We must be prepared and maintain prevention measures,” explained the governor.

Carlos Joaquín announced the progress being made so that as of June 1, the state can start to return to the new normality, to return to the economic activities that families need. He said that the state has attention centers set up for coronavirus patients, adding that it will be the color of the traffic light system that determines the state’s return to economic activities.

He says that tourist activity could be opened internally on June 1, and from the 8th of the same month, able to receive tourists, but only as long as all sanitation protocols are followed. He noted that “currently we have between 40 and 50 points in reservations, which is encouraging”, adding that shortly, the Mexican Caribbean will be announced as a safe destination in regards to sanitary measures in coronavirus protocol.