translated from Spanish: that’s what Acapulco looked like this weekend

This weekend, the first of the holiday decembrinas the beaches of Acapulco, Guerrero, looked full of people who did not use water covers or maintain a healthy distance.
This is even though the state remains at orange traffic lights, which indicates a high risk of COVID-19 contagion.
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Last Friday, the Federal Ministry of Health reported that Guerrero would stay at orange traffic lights until January 3.
This Sunday, the state’s governor, Hector Astudillo, said that in a message he hoped COVID’s contagion numbers would remain stable so the state could move on to yellow traffic lights.
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He asked citizens to wear mouth covers and respect the healthy distance.
He added that Zihuatanejo, Acapulco and Chilpancingo will be at yellow traffic lights due to stability in the number of contagions and for their tourist vocation. In these municipalities, hotel occupancy will be allowed to be 70% and not 50% as in the rest of the municipalities.
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Original source in Spanish

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