Tulum, Q.R. — The reopening of the main avenue in Tulum with the removal of coronavirus check stops is the first step to the gradual reactivation of activities around the state, which is set for June 8.
As with all major roadways in the state’s municipalities, for more than a month, check points were set up for establishing the passage of essential traffic only, while non-essential vehicles were denied passage and returned home.
Along with Cancun and Chetumal, Tulum too, has removed the mobility restrictions along its main avenue. The metal fences and police vehicles that were put into place in May have been removed from the Cobá highway to Kukulcán avenue to facilitate the gradual reopening of shops in the first square of the city.
Municipal authorities stressed that like the rest of the state, there is still a red traffic light color for Tulum, and if cases of coronavirus increase, they will close the roads again. To date, the municipality of Tulum has recorded 29 positive cases and four deaths.