Cancun Hotels Nearly Sold Out Despite Bad Weather, Restrictions and Omicron

Cancun hotels are currently at or close to full capacity. Though their capacity is lower under COVID-19 restrictions, the sold-out status of some hotels is still impressive when one considers how many prospective travelers are still nervous about the coronavirus.

The area is seeing a rapid rate of infection, and many tourism services are limited. Inclement weather is also an issue.

The spike in cases seems to be related to an influx of tourists over the holiday season. The omicron variant’s high transmission rate is also a contributing factor.

Cancun’s tourism industry has bounced back recently because of Mexico’s lenient entry requirements, making the popular resort town more appealing

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