Los Cabos Current Restriction Details

BY SAMMY WALTON

The weather in Los Cabos and La Paz has been absolutely stunning for the last few weeks with blue skies, 70 to 80 degrees and clear water. The fishing reports are good.

Currently, there is an abundance of fully-stocked shelves at Costco, City Club, Walmart, and local grocery stores. There is little panic buying, as in other countries and states. The stores are not crowded and there are no substantial shortages. Shoppers respect separation without being forced. Gyms, bars, casinos, and some of the large resorts have closed. There are no time-share presentations being offered at this time. Restaurants and bars are also closed until April 19. Restaurants are asked to observe the protocols regarding the distance between tables and hygiene procedures for the food preparation and the establishments themselves. Tourists and locals are asked to favor take-out and delivery modalities when buying food if possible.
The state and city governments of Baja Sur have suspended various social activities temporarily to protect the public along with requesting religious organizations to postpone services until further notice. To avoid crowds, access to public beaches will be restricted. No gatherings with more than 25 people will be allowed for the time being.

The Municipal Transport Directors will supervise that drivers and Street Concession holders sanitize their vehicles.

The weather in Los Cabos and La Paz has been absolutely stunning for the last few weeks with blue skies, 70 to 80 degrees and clear water. The fishing reports are good.

Currently, there is an abundance of fully-stocked shelves at Costco, City Club, Walmart, and local grocery stores. There is little panic buying, as in other countries and states. The stores are not crowded and there are no substantial shortages. Shoppers respect separation without being forced. Gyms, bars, casinos, and some of the large resorts have closed. There are no time-share presentations being offered at this time. Restaurants and bars are also closed until April 19. Restaurants are asked to observe the protocols regarding the distance between tables and hygiene procedures for the food preparation and the establishments themselves. Tourists and locals are asked to favor take-out and delivery modalities when buying food if possible.
The state and city governments of Baja Sur have suspended various social activities temporarily to protect the public along with requesting religious organizations to postpone services until further notice. To avoid crowds, access to public beaches will be restricted. No gatherings with more than 25 people will be allowed for the time being.

The Municipal Transport Directors will supervise that drivers and Street Concession holders sanitize their vehicles.