Fishing tournaments will be an economic injection for Los Cabos


Andrés Córdova Urrutia, head of the Secretariat of Fisheries, Aquaculture, Agricultural Development of the Government of the State of Baja California Sur, added that in the face of this crisis that is being experienced and not only in terms of health but also economics, it is important to bet on fishing tournaments , due to to the economic spillover they generate, so it is necessary to look for schemes to reactivate the economy within this health contingency, all under strict control.

Head of the Secretary of Fisheries Aquaculture Agricultural Development of the Government of the State of Baja California Sur

“A series of regulations has been designed through the State Commission for the Protection of sanitary risks in the entity and with the support of the State Secretary of Fisheries and Tourism, to establish the protocols that will have to be complied with to the letter , so that these tournaments continue to generate foreign exchange and that Los Cabos and Baja California Sur need so much ”. 

He added that Los Cabos complies with everything necessary to carry out the fishing tournaments , including in dialogues with the organizers of these events, among them Bisbee’s has worked so that they comply with the health protocols and avoid contagion of Covid19 and this way to develop these events. 

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“The Governor of the State has asked us to continue working and looking for a way to reactivate the economy, taking care of course, the health of South Californians and obviously of the people who visit us”

Regarding the fishing tournaments held in Los Barriles and Buenavista days ago, he said that they are pilot events in which the authorities were presentdemonstrating that it is possible to follow the established protocols and carry out the fishing tournaments.

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