Ortega Vizcarra made the observation that the arrival of the 3 wave of Covid-19 infections occurred even when ports and borders were closed
Mazatlán, Sinaloa. -As a result of the cancellation of the arrival of a cruise ship to Mazatlán, the business, commercial and tourist sectors have spoken out against such action and on this occasion, the union of pulmonia workers offered a new argument to the discussion stating that “if it goes to have a fourth wave, thus close the borders and close the flights and close the cruise ships because it will surely arrive ”.
This was defended by Mariano Ortega Vizcarra, leader of the Port Pulmonias Cooperative, through an interview with Reacción Informativa, making the observation that the arrival of the 3 waves of Covid-19 infections occurred even when the ports and the borders were closed.
“There were no cruise ships and anyway we had the first wave, the second and this third wave, which was very strong, it is not really the solution (…) if there is going to be a fourth wave, so close the borders and close the flights and close the cruise ships will surely arrive ”, he argued.
In the same vein, he explained that when a cruise ship arrives if it has passengers positive for Coronavirus, the best option is to quarantine them and allow healthy passengers to descend to the port and continue with their vacations.
“Not allowing the arrival of cruise ships or the drop-off of tourists was going to generate an uncertainty in the shipping companies, that the truth of things would have endangered the cruise season that has just begun and begins with very good numbers,” he said. .
“It is isolating people, whether they are passengers or crew on the ship and allowing those who are healthy and pass the measures to come and enjoy Mazatlan,” he added.
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