In Mérida, Yucatán, residents are beginning to leave their homes to go shopping, go to the bank, visit friends and family and even to practice recreational activities during the weekend, prompting residents of the coastal communities of Progreso, Yucalpetén and Chelem to block families from the state capital from visiting their beach homes.
State police set up a checkpoint and only allowed residents and those who could prove they own property to enter.
Municipal police were sent to shopping centers in Mérida to enforce the safe-distance rule and hand out face masks. They were also deployed to the streets to persuade citizens to return home if they were not on urgent or essential business.
The state reiterated that people need to stay at home, and it also urged the use of face masks when in public on essential business.
more recommended stories
Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal recognizes two outstanding Yucatecan nurses
Mérida, Yucatán, September 26, 2020.- The.
Trump’s border wall funds challenged in court… again
Democrat lawmakers may once again challenge.
Mexico is sending 100 firefighters to Central California to help fight the SQF Complex Fires
FRESNO, California — Mexico has sent.
Mexico Wants to Pay US Water Debt, Stay Out of US Election
Mexico’s president is calling on angry.
Influencers visit the “Land of Mayab” to promote the destination on social networks
Through their social networks, young people.
Walmart opens distribution center in Yucatan
Walmart de México y Centroamérica announced.
Thieves steal business jet in Mexico, crash in Guatemala
Authorities say thieves stole a business.
Mexico is open and available for American travelers
Americans willing to travel abroad have.
Tulum’s hotel occupancy on the rise
Hotel occupancy in Tulum, Quintana Roo,.
UNAM will provide low income students with tablets
The National Autonomous University of Mexico.