The threat of the virus scares many parents to return to face-to-face courses, but some do take their children to school.
The Secretariat of the Navy of Mexico announced that three of the seven municipalities in Quintana Roo, with a recurrent presence of sargassum, currently maintain a low levels of the problematic algae.
Given the possible return to face-to-face classes, authorities will be working to prevent the spread of the virus in minors.
When “Punta Langosta” is reactivated, Cozumel will finally have all its docks cruise ships in operation in ready to receive cruise ship passengers.
The Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS) analyzed the levels of bacteria in the seawater from 36 main beach areas in Quintana Roo.
An estimated 500 kg of product was lost in the first weekend alone. This correlates to a loss of 200 thousand pesos to Cozumel fishermen.
After the restart of cruise docking in Cozumel, the Port Authority of Quintana Roo confirmed the arrival of 35 ships between June and July.
With the arrival of Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas, Cozumel will become the first port in Mexico and the Caribbean to receive cruise ships
SEMERNAT published the guidelines for the management of sargassum. Several sargassum disposal sites were visited and collection points were reviewed.
In the next six days, about 3,700 tons of sargassum will flood Riviera Maya beaches from Xcalak, on the Costa Maya, to Punta Maroma, on the Riviera Maya.