Tulum Proactive Prevention Principles (PPP) facing the COVID-19 crisis are based on the guidance of the relevant authorities, including the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) and the government of the State of Quintana Roo, and the best practices in the tourism industry at a national and international level for events and gatherings.
The Proactive Prevention Principles (PPPs) apply to all participants to help minimize the risk of getting and spreading COVID-19 at an event, what to do if you suspect you have COVID-19 while at your destination, and how to access related support services available in Tulum.
Next, we share the 3 Proactive Prevention Principles (PPP) to make participants aware of the risk of COVID-19 and to help avoid scams during the season of parties and events that take place both in the beach area and in the town of Tulum.
Avoid participating in clandestine parties and unsafe gatherings. On the 911 emergency line, you can report any party or massive event that could generate crowds and thus spread COVID-19. In Tulum, mass events take place in regulated places.
If you are vaccinated and require a booster, do so at least two weeks before attending the event. In Tulum, take a rapid COVID-19 antigen test before entering and after leaving each event.
Avoid attending parties or events if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive for antigens. The WHO recommends self-isolation for 10 days; consider wearing a face mask and seeing a doctor in these situations. In Tulum, there are enough medical services and PCR and antigens COVID tests for your friends and family
As the information is updated, these Proactive Prevention Principles (PPP) may be updated. We will inform you of any changes through this website or any other official channel of the event that takes place in Tulum.
Additionally, remember to follow the safety recommendations and preventive measures for civil protection at mass events
Activities that bring together a thousand or more people are mass events. Also, those characterized by being carried out in places not permanently intended for that use; such as parks, fairs, competitions, congresses, and exhibitions that are not places for entertainment and/or require the adoption of special security measures for the participants, attendees, or goods.