Cruise passengers arriving in Mazatlán will do so ‘in capsule’

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The monitoring of health protocols, said Romero Rodríguez, will be so strict that, in the event that any crew member separates from the group or the ‘capsule’, they will no longer be able to board the ship again.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Guillermo Romero Rodríguez, Secretary-General of the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism in Mazatlán, explained that the health security protocol that cruise passengers will implement upon arrival at the port of Mazatlán will be in training of ‘capsule’, that is to say, that it will be forbidden for a crew member to leave the group to carry out tours on their own.

In addition to the fact that all tourists who board a cruise will have a Covid test upon entry and descent, according to what is proposed by the tourist shipping agencies, they will have a plan that will establish a fixed route upon arrival at the destination ports, of which Mazatlán already appears for next August 24.

“In August, the first cruise ship arrival is scheduled for August 24 (…) Right now the cruise ships are no longer going to arrive, they already bring their plans, their projects, they are going to work together, they are going to leave, they are going to visit certain places. They will have many measures and many protocols because that is how the shipping companies are requesting it, ”he explained.

The monitoring of health protocols, said Romero Rodríguez, will be so strict that, in the event that any crew member separates from the group or the ‘capsule’, they will no longer be able to board the ship again.

“Whoever wants to get on a cruise will have a Covid test (…) If a passenger, in what we have heard in the meetings of the shipping companies, gets out of this capsule that they call him, that they walk together and that This passenger leaves on their own because they will not be able to get on the boat, there will be very clear rules for them ”.

He recalled that the arrival of cruise ships to Mazatlan means a spill of approximately 5 million pesos since on average they spend between 100 or 120 dollars per person.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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