2009 Archive


Cozumel news stories from 2009.

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Mexico Tourist Zones Safer Than U.S.A.

 

Mexico has been in the U.S. news a lot recently, both in connection with President Obama's visit and drug related violence.

Unfortunately, the erroneous impression has often been given that Mexico is dangerous for vacationers, but one local company said last week that local tourist zones are "14 times safer" than some in the U.S.A.

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Mexico Cruises: No Plans To Cancel

Top US newspaper, USA Today, reported today on its blog that there are no plans by cruise lines to cancel calls in Mexico due to swine flu.

The popular daily spoke to several major cruise lines and found none of them intend to cancel cruise stops in Mexico.

 
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Cruise ship in Cozumel
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Cozumel Ready As Ever

 

Cozumel is calm and ready for tourists as usual, despite cancellations of some cruise arrivals due to the international swine flu outbreak.

The virus has not been found in Cozumel or the state of Quintana Roo and extra health precautions are in place.

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Some Cozumel Cruise Stops Suspended

Some cruise lines confirmed last night that they would be temporarily suspending calls in Cozumel.

There have been no reported cases of swine flu in Cozumel or the state of Quinana Roo and the measures are purely precautionary.

 
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Carnival temporarily suspended.
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Cozumel Still Welcomes Tourists

 

Restaurants, hotels and tours continue to welcome tourists in Cozumel.

Visitors are still arriving by air and ferry although in lower numbers.

Now is a great time to enjoy some peaceful paradise in Cozumel.

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