Guanajuato, Michoacán, and Oaxaca join the list of destinations awarded the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Safe Travels seal.
Residents of Sonoyta briefly raised an impromptu blockade Saturday of the road leading from the border crossing at Lukeville, Arizona.
Authorities are asking residents to go to the capital’s downtown area on certain days depending on the first letter of their first surname.
Acapulco’s hotels, beaches, and restaurants opened again to tourists for the first time in three months, but hotels are reporting a slow start.
Mexico’s official Covid-19 death toll passed 30,000 on the weekend while a new-single day record of 6,914 was set on Saturday.
The death toll has been grossly underestimated, according to a growing number of studies showing tens of thousands of deaths over the official count.
Authorities shut down the historic center after hordes of shoppers flooded the streets and some businesses failed to comply with coronavirus restrictions.
Five states switched from orange to red on the latest color-coded “stoplight” map, while four states moved in the opposite direction from red to orange.
About 500,000 formal businesses could close in Mexico in the next six months due to the coronavirus economic crisis, according to a UN commission.
The team developed a project called HandyCash, a digital platform that enables small stores to form an interconnected shopping community.
Dionisia Trasviña, 54, had spent 23 years of her life caring for the sick and was looking forward to her imminent retirement.
Due to the increase in cases of coronavirus in Baja California Sur, four of the state’s municipalities have closed beaches to prevent further infections.
Mexico’s Covid-19 case tally set a new record Thursday while an additional 679 fatalities were added to the official death toll.
The mayor of Zongolica is urging citizens to make love as a way of keeping healthy during the coronavirus pandemic.
The governor affirmed that people seeking to enter Sonora from Arizona for nonessential purposes will not be allowed in this weekend.
A woman was arrested and placed in handcuffs by state police in Monterrey, Nuevo León, for failing to wear her face mask properly at a subway station.
Acapulco, Zihuatanejo and Taxco are ready to welcome visitors after the governor approved the reopening of hotels, restaurants and beaches.
The Health Ministry reported 741 additional fatalities at Wednesday’s coronavirus briefing, increasing the death toll to 28,510, 146 more than Spain.
While the city is at high risk for the coronavirus, 27,000 businesses in the historic center were permitted to reopen, drawing large crowds of shoppers.
The coronavirus is at its peak, Deputy Health Minister Hugo López-Gatell said Tuesday as more than 5,000 additional cases were added to Mexico’s tally.
Muthorities in the Baja California Sur capital are discussing closing the beaches once again after soaring temperatures drove crowds to enjoy the water.
Puerto Peñasco, also known as Rocky Point or “Arizona’s Beach” due to its proximity to the Grand Canyon State, has reopened for tourism.
Hotels, spas, beaches, golf courses, restaurants and other tourism businesses will be permitted to operate at 40% of their capacity.
The number of new cases reported has trended downwards in recent days but Mexico does not appear to have reached the peak, according to researchers.
The governor of Nayarit has warned residents to prepare for the worst as the coronavirus pandemic continues to grow in the Pacific coast state.