Two days after the announcement of “closed until further notice”, the United States consular office in Playa del Carmen will resume its activities on Monday, March 12, informed the US Embassy in Mexico.
However, it was reiterated that there is a continuous security threat, which is why the Embassy reviews the travel restrictions to Playa del Carmen for the personnel of the Government of the United States.
Therefore, it is specified that the personnel of Playa del Carmen consular office is banned from visiting the following colonias there Centro, Calica, Gonzalo Guerrero, Quintas del Carmen and Villas del Carmen.
“These neighborhoods are bounded by Avenida Benito Juarez, Avenida 50 Sur (Carretera 307), and Calle 34 Norte,” the statement said.
“The circumstances surrounding the security threat that affects the aforementioned colonias are not related to the threat against the ferries operating between Playa del Carmen and Cozumel.
However, staff of the Government of the United States is still not allowed to make use of the ferries between Playa del Carmen and Cozumel until further notice.
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