Quintana Roo concludes holiday season with 80% hotel occupancy

Cancun, QR. During the Easter holidays, the arrival of 212,000 international tourists was registered, close to 10,000 on the southern border, more than 100,000 cruise passengers between Cozumel and Mahahual, and the number of air operations at the airports of cancun, Cozumel Y Chetumalas well as the capacity of airplane seats.

The average occupancy remained at 82%, both for cancun as for the Mayan Riviera, as well as up to 86.6% in Costa Mujeres and 85% in Tulum. This level of occupancy was recorded even from days prior to the holiday period.

Although the final numbers for the holiday period have not yet been released, the Secretary of Tourism of Quintana Roo announced that it is expected to have attracted 1 million 170,000 tourists throughout the state during the two weeks of vacation.

This will allow to exceed 36% the levels of tourist influx that were had in this same period of 2021, as well as 1% above what was registered in 2019, before the pandemic.

Bernardo Cueto Riestra, Secretary of Tourism in Quintana Rooannounced a few days ago that the expected revenue for the tourism industry in these two weeks is 970 million dollars, which will be very positive.

The governor of Quintana Roo, Carlos Joaquín González, informed for his part that regarding the behavior of cases of Covid-19 during this holiday period, the levels remained very low.

The only municipalities that registered an increase in cases were Benito Juárez with an increase of 5%, Solidaridad 12%, Othón P. Blanco 21% and Cozumel with 24 percent.

The president exhorted the population over 18 years of age to go to get vaccinated against Covid-19 in modules near your home.

Lastly, the Governor of Quintana Roo announced that from April 25 to May 1, the epidemiological traffic light throughout the state will remain green.

However, he said, it is necessary to use the face mask in a mandatory manner in closed places and public transport and only use it voluntarily in open spaces.

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