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Cancun, Jan 20 (EFE), (Mexico), (Camera: Lourdes Cruz).- Dozens of tourists enjoy a rumba night in the bar and restaurant area of the Cancun resort, in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Tourism in the Mexican Caribbean resists the coronavirus pandemic with visitors coming especially from the United States, adaptations against the clock to the new sanitary measures and criticism for the supposed permissiveness in some areas. Crowded beaches, open-air parties and consistent tourism, this is how the iconic Mexican Caribbean looked - in the southeastern state of Quintana Roo - during the Christmas holidays and now, in the middle of January, national and foreign tourism continues to be present.FOOTAGE OF BEACHES, HOTEL RESORTS AND TOURISTS. STATEMENTS FROM RAY BUTLER, TOURIST FROM UTAH (USA).

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