Starting Monday, April 4th, full capacity will be allowed at businesses and massive events in Yucatán

This next Monday, April 4th, businesses of all kinds, as well as massive and social.

Tourists are urged to respect health protocols against COVID-19 in Mérida

Tourists will be asked to comply with all the health protocols requested by the state.

UADY students return to face-to-face classes on January 31

The return to classrooms and other university facilities, such as laboratories, workshops or clinics, will.

Active and healthy lifestyle in people with chronic diseases, avoids complications from Covid

To avoid complications in the event of a COVID-19 infection, people with chronic conditions must.

Omicron hinders the economic recovery of Yucatan (SEFOE)

The Secretary of Economic Development insisted on calling businesses, restaurants, hotels and other service providers.

After contracting Omicron, Mayor Renan Barrera asks citizens to take care of themselves and their loved ones

Mayor Renan Barrera contracted Covid-19 days after his wife tested positive during the Merida Fest.

Yucatán to enforce more strict health measures with tourists

Local authorities said that through the “Visit Mérida” page they will promote that those who.

Mauricio Vila makes a call to take care of the coronavirus during the Christmas holidays

Mérida, Yucatán, (December 23, 2021).- The governor of the state Mauricio Vila Dosal sent a.

Faced with the fourth wave of COVID-19 and Ómicron in Mexico, UNAM experts give recommendations

MEXICO, (December 04, 2021).- Given the probability of a fourth wave of COVID-19 in Mexico, experts.

Municipal Police urge tourists to wear face masks in Downtown Mérida

Mérida, Yucatán, (November 25, 2021).- After some images of foreign tourists in the historic center.

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