Surveillance will be reinforced in Playas de Tijuana due to spill and increase of COVID-19

The sewage spill and increase of COVID-19 will keep Tijuana beaches under surveillance

Photo by: Compartida por Ayuntamiento de Tijuana

If you were planning to visit Playas de Tijuana this weekend, perhaps this news will make you think twice, because the City of Tijuana has communicated through its official website that security elements will be added to the area.

Why is this? Because on Tuesday they announced a sewage spill that occurred in Mexico Park. This means that the area is highly guarded since there is still surveillance that aims to monitor that the population complies with sanitary protocols.

For the time being, if you want to visit the area, you will find retaining walls in the accesses located from El Faro to Del Agua Avenue. In fact, the only access you will find is Los Arcos in De la Nieve Street, according to the City Council. They will also be monitoring sanitary protocols in detail due to the increase of COVID-19 in our region.

Another detail is that the vehicle circulation will be closed, the streets Berlin Lisboa and Ciclon will not be able to be travelled and there will be 4 patrol units, one on the coast, a unit of traffic inspectors and five of motorcycles. Besides this, they will give information about how risky it can be to touch the water or step on the sand.

What do you say? Despite the above, will you still visit Playas de Tijuana? Leave us your comments.

Border News 4th week of October


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