During these quickly changing times, we want to provide you with some up-to-date info should you be traveling in Mexico
In Los Cabos, enhanced procedures have been implemented at SJD airport including thermal cameras and travel background checks on arriving passengers. Restaurants, hotels, beaches and other public spaces have limited the number of guests to help promote social distancing. Moreover, hospitals and hotels have received special training and strict guidelines to help stop the spread of the virus. Employees have been encouraged to work from home when possible and all schools statewide have closed for the next four weeks. While the situation is being monitored closely, it is not yet considered a National Health Emergency, however some businesses have temporarily closed like Cabo Wabo Cantina and Ida Victoria Gallery. As of March 23, there are just two confirmed cases in Los Cabos. Find more information on Los Cabos’ situation by clicking here.
Many hotels and resorts throughout Mexico remain open and safe though! For example, we spoke with Patricia Sáez de Montagut, Chief of Guest Experience and Marketing at Copal Tulum Hotel on the status of the jungle paradise. “We remain open and are keeping all safe instructions and cleaning recommendations to keep our guests happy without interfering on their experience,” she said.
Keep checking back for more updates on the latest hotel and travel news in Mexico!