Los Cabos is reappearing on the tourism map.
According to Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), Baja California Sur has significantly decreased the number of Covid-19 cases, thanks to limiting social and economic activities.
The governor of the state of Baja California Sur, Carlos Mendoza Davis, has announced another step in the “reopening” of his jurisdiction has occurred, with beaches being able to reopen and hotels and restaurants allowed to operate at 30% capacity.
Social distancing is still required, with hotels and restaurants providing four square meters per person.
Mendoza Davis said Baja California Sur must “continue with the use of the sanitary measures, follow government regulations and still reduce large social gatherings” as it follows a course to fully open again.
The government will be sharing weekly updates on the strategic reopening and make adjustments to the plan as needed.