The Mexican Caribbean returns to normal after the passage of Hurricane Zeta
The state's airports are operational; it was not necessary to evict tourists from their hotels
Yesterday, at approximately 11 pm - local time - Hurricane "Zeta" made landfall in Quintana Roo, entering through Chemuyil, in the municipality of Tulum. Governor Carlos Joaquín reported that until 11 am a white balance is reported, no serious damage or loss of life is reported in the state.
However, in the next few hours there will be intense rains and strong winds, as well as tides and high waves, so the beaches will remain closed today and the population and visitors are asked not to approach the sea until it recovers its level. . Given that the hurricane was Category 1 and was downgraded to a tropical storm, it was not required to evacuate tourists from their hotels and the state's airports are operational; the labor activities and tourist services of the state are active.
Since the weekend, the Government of the State of Quintana Roo, in conjunction with State Civil Protection and CONAGUA, implemented the corresponding protocols and preventive measures necessary to safeguard the well-being of the population and all visitors.
It is important to remember that all tourists in the state (nationals and foreigners) can download the “Guest Assist” application (available on iOS and Android) to request any type of assistance or guidance. The population and visitors are asked to take the necessary precautions, stay away from the sea until it recovers its level and follow the indications and recommendations by the State Civil Protection and the Government of the State of Quintana Roo.
The Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion Council will continue to monitor the situation and provide updated information when necessary; The entire State Government and the tourism industry are working hand in hand, the priority continues to be to protect the well-being of citizens and visitors.