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Warning for Novel H1N1 Flu in Mexico Removed

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Warning for Novel H1N1 Flu in Mexico Removed May 2009 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Current Situation -- CDC Recommendations -- Swine flu a big lie ! -- You always welcome to Magic Resorts

To all our clients: CDC has been monitoring the ongoing outbreak of novel H1N1 flu in Mexico and, with the assistance of the Mexican authorities, has obtained a more complete picture of the outbreak. There is evidence that the Mexican outbreak is slowing down in many cities though not all. In addition, the United States and other countries are now seeing increasing numbers of cases not associated with travel to Mexico. Finally, the risk of severe disease from novel H1N1 virus infection now appears to be less than originally thought.

CDC Recommendations ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
At this time, CDC has removed its recommendation that U.S. travelers avoid travel to Mexico. CDC continues to recommend that travelers visiting Mexico take steps to protect themselves from getting novel H1N1 flu.
Swine flu a big lie ! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
is swine flu a big lie just to get compulsory vaccination and make the drug companies a lot of money...

is swine flu really swine flu...3000 american die from the normal flu every month...flu changes as a virus all the time...so a new flu is some thing that is always happening...one possibility maybe that this new strain of flu has been given the name of swine flu and is questionable as to wether it is linked to pigs but could be linked to birds...they then scare the hell out of everyone and then make a law saying everyone has to be vaccinated with a vaccine that any doctor that knows about viruses knows that there is no vaccine or anti viral that can work if this is a new strain..

You always welcome ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I just wanted to let you know that all is just fine in PLAYA DEL CARMEN AND CANCUN and to pass this information to everyone you know. We look forward to you, your family and clients coming to enjoy all the beauty and fun RIVIERA MAYA has to offer. Cheers,

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Flu Free travel Warranty in CANCUN and Riviera Maya

FLU FREE WARRANTY: New Warranty when you visit Cancun and Riviera Maya, hotels offer free travel for 3 years full vacation again if you get swine flu

Due to the sharp drop in tourists arrivals, the hotels in Cancun and Riviera Maya, the country's top tourist destinations, announced they would fully refund travelers' vacation expenses if they contract the virus during their vacation in the Caribbean country.

"If the symptoms of the virus appear within 14 days of his or her departure from the country, than that person, along with a travel companion, is entitled to three years of free vacation, hotelier Fernando Garcia Zalvidea said.

He said the aim is to boost hotel occupancy that has fallen by 20 percent since the outbreak of the flu.

He added that as of Tuesday consortiums accounting for more than 5,000 guestrooms, including some four and five-star hotels, have signed on to the money-back promotion.

Zalvidea said all the hotels participating in the campaign are stepping up anti-flu measures.

He said visitors would now enjoy more privileges, including big discounts and entertainment packages.

"There's never been a better opportunity than now to visit a tourist destination in Mexico; rates are available that are 50 percent lower than the original cost," he said.

Mexico's most popular coastal resorts does not have a single confirmed case of the A(H1N1) virus, Health Minister Jose Angel Cordova said Wednesday.

He said Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Zihuatanejo and Los Cabos, popular tourists destinations on the Pacific coasts, have no swine flu cases.

Mexic coast destinatios are free of swine flu, enjoy Mexico at cheaper prices than ever

HOTEL HACIENDA VISTA REAL Riviera Maya, México us 70/night by room EP

Boutique hotel Quinta Palmera Playa del Carmen 40% discount

Riu Lupita Playacar 70/pax AI

MAGIC BLUE HOTEL Boutique Playacar us 60 / pax MAGIC EXPRESS Playa del Carmen 25us/pax

COCO BAY Playa del Carmen us 35/ pax






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No Travel Restrictions to Cancun Riviera Maya influenza SIV swine flu

New FREE TRAVEL WARRANTY when you travel to CANCUN & RIVIERA MAYA click here About Tourism Committee of Quintana Roo This Committee aims to collect information from health authorities and the tourism industry in order to keep properly updated to the media, business partners and members of industry on the state that holds the activity state's tourism in a systematic way against the possible health risk.

The Tourism Committee is headed by the Secretary of Tourism of Quintana Roo, and is formed by the Ministry of Health, the City Mayors of the municipalities of the State, as well as Hotels Associations, Chambers, Airport Authorities, National Institute of Immigration Taxi drivers' Unions, Consulates and the State Destinations Tourism Promotion Boards. The State Health Department reported that to date, Cancun, Riviera Maya and the various tourist destinations in the Mexican Caribbean are free from the contagion of the outbreak of human influenza that has been presented in the center of the country. The various preventive measures implemented in recent days are: The tourism industry, including hotels, restaurants, theme parks, shopping malls, marinas, buses and taxis are used for prevention and sanitation measures to prevent this serious virus affecting the general population and tourists. Green Angels and delegations of the Red Cross throughout the state distribute information related to influenza, which includes a list of symptoms, what to do and whom to go in case of any of these symptoms.

The destinations of the Mexican Caribbean have all the medical personnel, hospital facilities and medicines appropriate for providing timely care in the event of specific symptoms in a tourist or a citizen. The hotels associations of the state reports submitted their occupation, to be held in percentages above 50 per cent general, occupancy is projected to remain next week. Similarly, reported that all accommodation establishments and tourist services are operating normally, including all restaurants. Cancun International Airport reported at the close of the day April 30 that a total of 276 airport operations, of which 183 were international flights to 93 domestic flights, reported only the cancellation of 6 flights. Following instructions issued by the authorities have established procedures for medical review to be followed by all passengers at the airport in Cancun. In the case of domestic passengers must fill out a form before taking the approach of their flights. For all the passengers with international destinations, the procedures involve filling in a form, review your body temperature and a medical evaluation. A call is made to all passengers at the airport as early as possible so they can have sufficient time to implement these procedures before check in to their flights. Xcaret, Xel Ha and all the theme parks across the state are operating as normal and usual schedule. By federal authorities dispositions all archaeological sites and museums are closed and are expected to reopen soon. All restaurants in the tourist destinations in Quintana Roo are open to the condition of operating at 50 percent of its capacity to prevent agglomeration and following the highest hygiene measures. Bars and clubs are installed outdoors may operate under these same conditions, while those that are located in closed spaces will remain closed until further notice. In the next couple of days at the Cancun International Airport, four thermographic scanners to detect people arriving or leaving with a temperature greater than 37.8 Celsius (100 F) will be installed. * * * * Contact: Lizzie Cole Ana Mari C. Irabien PR Director PR Coordinador Tourism Ministry of Quintana Roo Riviera Maya DMO dirprom@qroo.gob.mx amirabien@rivieramaya.com

Ministry of Tourism

General Direction of Social Communication

Mexico City, Mexico, April 26, 2009

No Travel Restrictions to Mexico

Tourism to Mexico is flowing as normal and as of now, there are no restrictions or travel alerts from any foreign country to visit Riviera Maya or Cancun area in Mexico.

This was confirmed by the World Health Organization (WHO) after eliminating the possibility of issuing quarantine, therefore transit into and out of the country has and will continue flowing as normal.

In the case of the United States, which is the most important international market for Mexico, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Ga., confirmed that there are no restrictions whatsoever for Americans visiting Mexico.

The Federal Government has activated a mechanism called Border Group, in which the Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Institute of Immigration and the Customs Agency are working together to provide specific information about any outbreaks in Mexico.

Likewise, all Mexican ports, consular institutions and embassies abroad are offering information about the risks, forms of transmission, symptoms and preventive measures that should be taken to avoid the spreading of this ailment.


April 28th, no cases of flu was registered in Quintana Roo Cancun Riviera Maya Cozumel at this time

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