Lifeguards are at the 22 certified beaches in Los Cabos; They monitor that the COVID measures are complied with, said the director of Zofemat.
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur (BCS). To cover the 192 kilometers (km) of coastline, an excessive number of lifeguards would be needed, however, the presence of lifeguards is guaranteed on all certified beaches, said the general coordinator of the Federal Maritime Terrestrial Zone (Zofemat), Javier Ontiveros. Fabian.
From 10:00 a.m. at 6:00 p.m., the beaches of the municipality are attended by rescuers and modulists, who have the tasks of informing users about the characteristics and necessary safety measures.
“If someone has an accident and for some reason a lifeguard is not nearby, they are also empowered to immediately communicate with the Red Cross or any hospital, so that the service can be given quickly,” he commented.
Modulists must ensure that hygiene and safe distance guidelines are met, but they are also trained to provide a service in the event of an emergency, added Ontiveros Fabián.
“We have lifeguards on each of the certified beaches,” commented the official from the municipality to the south of the entity.
It should be remembered that in Los Cabos there are 22 beaches awarded with the Blue Flag distinctive: Acapulquito, Palmilla, El Chileno, Santa María, Las Viudad, Monument, El Corsario, La Ribera, Surgidero, La Gaviota.
Likewise, the Médano area in Cabo San Lucas, the beaches Riu Santa Fe, Riu Palace, Villas del Palmar, Villa La Estancia, Villa el Arco, Club Cascadas de Baja, Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos, Pueblo Bonito Rose, ME Cabo are certified. , Casa Dorada, Hacienda and Breathless.
Similarly, there are 5 Platino beaches in Mexico: Acapulquito, Las Viudas, Palmilla, El Chileno and Santa María in the municipality of Los Cabos, said the general coordinator of Zofemat.