Over 10,000 jobs lost in Ensenada due to cruise ships cancelations


Ensenada Baja California, 10 months without cruise ship arrivals in January (2021), according to figures from the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT).

Precisely in March the last number of arrivals was registered with 12, when the COVID-19 pandemic had already exploded worldwide, leaving this municipality whose tourist vocation is the most important, sunk in the middle of great problems.

It should be clarified that although the arrival of a one is marked in August, it was only for parking purposes.

Thus, with the lowest hotel occupancy in history during 2020 and more than 10 thousand jobs lost, Ensenada has also suffered the same fate with Jaime Bonilla as with Kiko Vega

Source: monitoreconomico.org

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