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¡Viva La RelajaZIHón!

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Saturday, July 25, 2020, 15:02 (17 days ago)


https://youtu.be/SRTwgPC3BQo

Zihuatanejo has accumulated a total of 351 Covid-19 cases, with 214 people recovered, 40 currently active, and 51 deaths. A downward trend continues.

Still way too many visitors are not wearing cubrebocas. Such disrespect towards others will not win them any friends locally. While there are still plenty or necios, local awareness and participation in safe distancing and the use of a cubreboca is increasing. Respect is a very important local principle.

Our absolutely perfect weather continues, and I actually thought about pulling up the bedsheet last night, but nah! The light waves continue to sing softly and lull us into a trance of total peace and tranquility in our humble piece of paradise.

Oh darn, I'm late for la comida y la siesta. ¡Hasta la pasta!

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¡Viva La RelajaZIHón!

by Amiga de Montreal @, Saturday, July 25, 2020, 15:25 (17 days ago) @ ZihuaRob

Thank you for the music, always good and this one is one of my favorite!

¡Viva La RelajaZIHón!

by Keytime, Saturday, July 25, 2020, 17:55 (17 days ago) @ ZihuaRob

Watching the Web Cams I would say that the visitors on the beach are mostly locals, or at least not gringos. 90% are not wearing masks. On the Public Pier Web Cam, again I would say mostly are locals or at least they are not gringos. Again, 90% are not wearing masks. The maintenance people are and I saw a few boat captains or crews wearing them. Makes you kind of wonder about how the rest of the town is looking at Safety? I guess as long as the trend is downward, that is what matters most.

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¡Viva La RelajaZIHón!

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Saturday, July 25, 2020, 18:23 (17 days ago) @ Keytime

Watching the Web Cams I would say that the visitors on the beach are mostly locals, or at least not gringos. 90% are not wearing masks. On the Public Pier Web Cam, again I would say mostly are locals or at least they are not gringos. Again, 90% are not wearing masks. The maintenance people are and I saw a few boat captains or crews wearing them. Makes you kind of wonder about how the rest of the town is looking at Safety? I guess as long as the trend is downward, that is what matters most.

Locals are people who live here. Visitors/tourists are people who don't. It's the same here as in Katmandú. By no means are gringos or foreigners the largest part of our tourism.

People shouldn't have to wear facemasks on the beaches. The people going on boats are all together. Each boat is now private, no colectivos as before. So the people who ride a boat together have likely already been traveling if not also living together. If boat operators start getting ill then I guess they'll start requiring passengers to use masks.

The so-called Eco-Guardians and Policía Turística are who should be making sure people are respecting safe sanitary practices in public places such as the Paseo del Pescador, the shopping areas, the pier and around the beach access areas.

¡Viva La RelajaZIHón!

by Keytime, Saturday, July 25, 2020, 19:11 (17 days ago) @ ZihuaRob

Glad to hear your reply. Sounds encouraging. I will take your work on Kathmandu.