Due to Labor Day, a holiday in the United States, long lines of U.S. motorists coming to Tijuana to spend the weekend on the Mexican side of the border began to be observed on Saturday morning.
For his part, Julián Palombo, President of Tourist Merchants of Tijuana, A.C., said that due to this date, they have high economic expectations, since they foresee a possible increase in sales of up to 35%
Some images and videos are already circulating in social media about these lines of cars that are growing and growing, both to enter through the Otay and San Ysidro border crossings.
To enter through Otay, at 8:40 a.m. the line reached the 905 bridge.
In view of this, it is already predicted that on Monday the lines to return to the "other side" will be longer than usual, because of these U.S. tourists.
It is worth mentioning that, according to the latest report on coronavirus by the Baja California Secretariat of Health, today in Mexicali there are 477 active cases, in Tijuana 381, in Ensenada 177, in Tecate 61, in San Quintin 51, in Rosarito 39 and in San Felipe three; adding up to a total of one thousand 189 in the state.
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