No Corona Virus Found In Cancun Or Riviera Maya (3-2-20)

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  1. Razor

    Razor Enthusiast Registered Member

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    Any updates on the corona virus in mexico? Wondering how it'll be come end of April?!
     
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    Stacia_and_John T&A Tour Guide Registered Member

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    That article reads.... sort of hmmm. False light-ish, maybe?

    I mean, they may not have any CV there, but tons of other places do... so what's that mean? People from infected locations should go to Cancun and bring the CV there? What's the point of the article? Is it only to say, Yippee! We don't have CV here! If so, great.
     
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    That was old.. I just wonder if everything's open?
     
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    To be confirmed, you have to be tested, they only tested two people. In Washington, out of 3k tests a day 7 percent return positive. Sample set is too small to be conclusive on exists in the region or not.
     
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    I just looked online and it says there are 269 COVID-19 cases in Quintana Roo at this time, with 27 deaths recorded. But, I agree with the above comment. Who knows how many people they are testing and do they even have the ability to test in that area. I sure wouldn't want to be down there and contract this virus. On the plus side, the warmer more humid weather should help control the spread of COVID-19 because viruses typically do not flourish when dew points are high.
     
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