translated from Spanish: Hotel occupancy in Mazatlan, up to 50 percent during weekends

Sinaloa.- Hotel occupancy was maintained at 50 percent during the past weekend in Mazatlan. National tourism had a greater presence between Thursday and Saturday. Miguel Hernández Fonseca, president of the Federation of National Chambers of Commerce of Sinaloa, said that the influx of visitors in the municipality was maintained despite the fact that a week before classes began and bad weather had occurred a weekend before that scared away tourism at that time. He said that the arrival of visitors has also been maintained due to the confidence caused by the decrease in coronavirus cases. Mazatlan is practically at a green light of Covid-19. “Undoubtedly, the issue of the green traffic light gives certainty to tourism looking to vacation in a city like the port, where there is concern to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.” Hernández Fonseca said that maintaining health protocols will make national tourism continue to vacation in the municipality in the rest of the year, mainly on weekends. Read more: Families suffer another spike in fruits and vegetables in Sinaloa He commented that the visitors who arrived last weekend in Mazatlan are originally from the states of Chihuahua and Durango, as well as northern Sinaloa, between Culiacán and Los Mochis.   Details of the Child and Youth Consultation 2021: INE

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