FeliZIHdad Tropical

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Wednesday, August 05, 2020, 09:31 (81 days ago) @ Nexpaaddicts

I think it is a great thing that more testing is available otherwise you have people walking around unknowingly infecting people. This way they can quarantine themselves and hopefully one day nip this thing in the bud so to speak. I wish that much testing was available in the states but unfortunately it isn’t. But I won’t get into that. We come down in November and usually stay a few days in Zihua before heading to our home in Barra De Nexpa. There have been no cases there but don’t know about Calleta De Compos. We are seniors touching 70 and are very careful to social distance and wear a mask when called for. So far no symptoms but we have not been tested. You have to have symptoms to be tested. Does anyone know if it’s the same for testing in Zihua? Hoping that things do not escalate as more people start returning to our paradise. Have a great day.

Yes, testing is only done on people who present symptoms. There are not enough resources for random testing. There is an average 3-day wait between testing and receipt of results.

Lázaro Cárdenas has a serious outbreak, but I haven’t heard anything about Caleta de Campos or Nexpa.

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