Cozumel Up and Running After Hurricane Delta
Cozumel hotels unscathed and ready to receive tourist after Hurricane Delta. The international airport and utility services are also up and running.
The island in general is also in good shape and is back on its feet with only some downed trees and minor flooding in low lying areas. Fortunately, Cozumel suffered minor damages due to a last-minute change in the storm's trajectory. There was some damage to wooden piers but that seems to have been the worse.
Electricity and water have already been restored to all hotels and hospitals.
According to the Harbor Master's Office, no marine incidents were reported. Navigation of all types of vessels including dive boats, snorkeling launches, fishing charters etc. will resume as soon as the prevailing high waves diminish. This is a typical precaution that is expected to be lifted within 24 hours.
Likewise, island restaurants are up and running in accordance with the health standards in place.
Cozumel international airport has also resumed normal operation.
Cozumel Parks and Museums including Chankanaab Nature Park and Punta Sur ecological reserve will open on Friday, October 9th.
Cozumel hotels take hurricanes very seriously and prepare accordingly. The hotels took all the precautionary measures possible in preparation for the storm which made it possible to bear the hurricane basically unscathed.
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