Looks like lock down will continue for awhile

RP Life

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7/20/20
Current rules for reopening of beaches
www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=4079824615425581&id=109703845771031&__tn__=K-R

Looks like the main beach will have the same control that is used in the filter of the current sanitary fence.
They will also have to go through sanitation tunnel use protocols, thermal cameras, antibacterial gel application, randomized rapid tests and other sanitary protocols.

All the other beaches in front of the condos will have the same filter system and managed by the condo security.

For the beaches of Miramar, San Jorge, Playa Encanto, Las Conchas, Estero Morúa, Cerro Prieto, post-Tesoro area, Ostionera area, it is proposed that constant surveillance tours be carried out and the support of private security personnel will be requested to inform the breach of the provisions, since these beaches do not present large crowds due to the distance and their difficult access, allowing maximum groups of 10 people, following the provisions issued by the federation. (Looks like these are the beaches I will fish at less red tape)
 
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mondone

Whitecaps
It looks like we won't be driving down anytime soon. Maybe this mess will start to ease up by Thanksgiving, otherwise it'll be 2021 sometime for us.
Crazy people all over, fighting about wearing a mask. Time for another trip into the mountains....
Likewise.
 

joanC

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This is a great area of NM...the Black Range of mountains in the Gila National Forest. My husband's cousin's grandmother had a couple hotels there....in the towns of Kingston and San Lorenzo. Back then prostitution was legal in Grant County, so she did well. Then something bad happened: the beaver dammed Iron Creek and the diverted water flooded numerous old 1800's silver and gold mines, flushing out some nasty stuff that included some decent amounts of silver or gold., at least for 30-40 years. Desperate folks in the dirty 30's camped out and panned for gold in all the numerous creeks. The actual environmental damage was considered slight at the time, and really has not been studied much since then, but this is the only known area in North America to have quite healthy trees known as "Tarnished Pine ". Descendants of the original Mimbres indigenous people have a modern legend: Local beaver, which constantly wear down and grow new teeth, now grow front teeth of gold ! Tourist oriented signs showing beaver with gold front teeth are everywhere. We've heard there will soon be a "Gold Beaver" motel, but it has been delayed by CV 19.
 

RP Life

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7/22/20 Does not sound fun or relaxing

They issue sanitary regulations for tourism on the beaches of Puerto Peñasco

PUERTO PEÑASCO.- In order to activate tourist activity in the municipality and allow access to the beaches for visitors and locals, the health authorities have issued a series of new regulations.

Access to the beaches will be allowed from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., for recreational use, although there will be a limit of people allowed and one for the number of people in each group. The use of face masks will be mandatory upon entering the beaches and through interaction with vendors and service providers. It will not be mandatory when being in the water, but the recommendations for social distancing must be observed, at least one and a half meters between people, when being in or out of the water.

Access to groups of no more than five people will be allowed. The linear extension of the beach will be divided into segments, which will be marked. Each of the groups may make use of one of these segments. In the case of tables and furniture for rent, there will be a designated space for it, although they will also have a spaced distribution to respect the distance of at least three meters between table and table

https://penascodigital.info/2020/07/emiten-normas-sanitarias-para-turismo-en-playas-de-puerto-penasco/
 

RP Life

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Data from 7/23/20

Today the Sonoran Health Secretariat confirmed 2 deaths and 5 new cases of Covid-19 in Puerto Peñasco.

Two of the confirmed cases of the disease occurred in local health workers.

With these new cases and deaths, Puerto Peñasco accumulates 7 people killed by the virus and 64 cases.

This day Sonora added 25 deaths, to reach 1,565, in addition to 345 new cases of the new coronavirus, for a total of 16,307 cases.
As of today, 11,614 Sonorans have recovered from the disease.

www.facebook.com/Peri%C3%B3dico-De-Frente-109703845771031/?ref=py_c
 

brokenwave

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I wish there was only one official CV source for Mexico, it would minimize some of the confusion.
Here is a site that shows all of Mexico but you can click on the individual municipal areas to get update totals.

It is showing 71 cases in Penasco. I am so glad that new cases haven't yet exploded, considering the 10-20K visitors
that have visited since Penasco partially opened up on June 16th. On June 15th there were 29 cases.

 

Kenny

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I wish there was only one official CV source for Mexico, it would minimize some of the confusion.
Here is a site that shows all of Mexico but you can click on the individual municipal areas to get update totals.

It is showing 71 cases in Penasco. I am so glad that new cases haven't yet exploded, considering the 10-20K visitors
that have visited since Penasco partially opened up on June 16th. On June 15th there were 29 cases.

It's 75 cases now some three hours later, so it looks like their keeping up on it and it's rising. Do I think those numbers are accurate? Hell no.
 

brokenwave

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Kenny, No disagreement from me on that.
Inaccurate reporting of numbers started in China and spread worldwide just like the CV-19.
It's just another disease called lying.
 
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joester

2 salty dawgs
I didn't pay attention to Tonto National Forest closure - drove up Thursday, and saw the closures - shoot! Went a bit further to Willow Springs, a pretty day at 64 degrees, but the parking lots nearly full - boats, kayaks, paddle boards, kids and dogs...... Stayed for a bit enjoying the view, then went to socially distance visit a friend in Colcord Estates, off rim, SE of Christopher Creek. Nice area, had never been there. I can see the attraction - remote, but not too remote. and 20+ cooler than the Valley. Forest due to open Aug 1 - will try creek fishing again after that.
 
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Roberto

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Taking the 5th here.
Well I have to tell you it was absolutely terrifying. People were IN THE WATER up to their knees. I started to tremble so bad I could not dial the phone. They started splashing each other! It made me feel so ill I thought I would puke. I shrieked 'get out of the water you will kill us all' but they were to far away/ Finally LC security arrived and the raiders left. After that i took a much needed siesta.
 

ernesto

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Well I have to tell you it was absolutely terrifying. People were IN THE WATER up to their knees. I started to tremble so bad I could not dial the phone. They started splashing each other! It made me feel so ill I thought I would puke. I shrieked 'get out of the water you will kill us all' but they were to far away/ Finally LC security arrived and the raiders left. After that i took a much needed siesta.
Guilty ,as charged sir!
 

RP Life

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Fraudster Mayor Kiko Munro, who for the sake of maintaining the image of Puerto penasco continues to expose people to the virus resulting in more cases and more deaths. The immediate reality is that in a single family there are up to four infected members or worse all. It is known that in institutions such as the Isssteson (Institute of Security and Social Services), several workers have tested positive for covid, as well as many employees of grocery stores, people from the municipality itself and others, so why is Kiko still not reporting the true numbers.

The number of people confirmed with Covid-19 barely reaches 76 and the deaths are only registered 8. However, the information does not match with the Federal Health Secretary. The real situation is that the number of infections have been increasing along with the number of deaths. Unofficially reported it is said that the numbers of infected exceeds 180 with symptoms, plus the asymptomatic ones, and at least 25 deaths. There have been at least 4 deaths this week and none appear in the figures reported by the state and municipality.
 
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