COFEPRIS Has Shut Down More than 28 Clandestine Parties in Tulum
Massive events are organized through social networks despite the mandates and ignoring all sanitary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
TULUM – So far this year, the Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS), has disbanded 28 clandestine parties in Tulum that did not comply with anti-COVID-19 sanitary measures, announced Miguel Pino Murillo, director of the agency in Quintana Roo.
He explained that they have done a lot of work in the aforementioned destination. More parties have been detected which are illegal based on the mandates in place to avoid the spread of the virus. In Tulum, he explained these gathering are announced through social media networks. In some cases, the locations are kept secret until the last minute to avoid detection from authorities.
The government’s operations to shut down these large gatherings operations are implemented in order to safeguard visitors.
Just this month, a massive event was closed in Tulum, where more than 150 people gathered in the Caleta Tankah beach club.
Source: Radio Formula QR