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Beaches, public spaces in Mexican Caribbean reopen as COVID-19 infection risk lowers


Cancun, Mexico, Sep 7 (EFE).- The beaches and public spaces in the Mexican Caribbean were reopened to visitors on Monday after the COVID-19 transmission risk level in southeastern state of Quintana Roo was reduced from high to medium.The easing of restrictions in the state from orange to yellow on the federal government’s coronavirus “traffic light” map allowed the gradual opening of parks, sport areas and beaches, which had been closed since Mar. 13, when the pandemic was declared. (Camera: LOURDES CRUZ). SHOT LIST: BEACHGOERS AT THE PLAYA DELFINES IN CANCUN, MEXICO.

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