Despite red light, entry to Playas de Rosarito Baja California is allowed after 10 am


Baja California is still at a red light

The state of Baja California remains at a red traffic light as the maximum risk of contagion by coronavirus in the state, given this situation, it seems that little by little the citizens of Tijuana stop staying at home, since this weekend a high concentration of citizens was reported on the beaches and shopping centers of Tijuana.

Despite the fact that the beaches remain closed, this is not an impediment for people to enjoy the sun, sea, and sand. In addition, the ease of entering Playas de Rosarito from restaurants or hotels, after 10 am, a time when it is not allowed to enter, has been reported by users for the San Diego Red.

On the other hand, in Playas de Tijuana, the ZETA newspaper assures that there was a time when visitors broke the caution cords, at the height of the arches, and a group of more than 30 people entered the boardwalk and a few more, reached the sea, just before personnel from the Ministry of Public Security and Citizen Protection arrived to remove them all.

Baja Californians get up early to visit Rosarito beaches

Since this Saturday the beaches have been open for 4 hours


After the announcement by the municipal authorities of Playas de Rosarito about the reopening to enter the beaches, this weekend residents of Rosarito and Tijuana took advantage of this opportunity to visit the beach this morning, after months that have remained closed as preventive measure to avoid contagion by coronavirus.

Entire families came with the proper protections and using face masks, accompanied by children and even even by pets.

Sports activities such as swimming and surfing are permitted at your own risk. The use of the mask and the healthy distance were required not to expose oneself to a contagion.


Personnel from the Federal Terrestrial Maritime Zone (Zofemat) in Rosarito made inspection tours constantly and minutes before 10 am, through a loudspeaker they began asking visitors to vacate the beach.

After four hours of opening, the beaches were empty at 10am and the entrances were closed, surveillance operations will continue as long as the beaches are closed, due to the red light that continues in Baja California.


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