After COVID -19 incidence decreased and no deaths occurred for five weeks, the Mexican state of Quintana Roo decided to withdraw the mask mandate.
Governor Carlos Joaquin said Tuesday that masks are no longer required in the Caribbean coast state, which includes major tourist destinations such as Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Cozumel.
In a video message, the governor said the average daily number of new cases has remained below 20 over the past five weeks.
The governor advised people with health problems to continue wearing masks. He added that wearing a mask on public transportation and in enclosed spaces where there is little ventilation is still a
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