Quintana Roo and Yucatan activate red alert for the arrival of Hurricane Beryl: affected municipalities

Quintana Roo and Yucatan activate red alert for the arrival of Hurricane Beryl: affected municipalities
Quintana Roo and Yucatan activate red alert for the arrival of Hurricane Beryl: affected municipalities

He Huracán Beryl approaches Mexican coasts accompanied by strong winds and torrential rains that will affect municipalities in the state of Quintana Roo and Yucatan; in these entities the red alert was activated before the arrival of the meteorological phenomenon.

Quintana Roo and Yucatan activate red alert

Attention! Mauricio Vila, governor of Yucatan announced that the Red alert what does it mean “maximum danger” In 37 municipalities located in the south of the state, the situation also remains Orange alert what does it mean “high danger” in 69 municipalities.

The governor of Yucatan recalled that There are 1,170 temporary shelters enabled in multiple regions of the Yucatecan territory to help families who require it. To know the exact location of each of the headquarters you can click HERE.

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Mara Lezama, Governor of Quintana Roo announced that the Red alert of “maximum danger” in all municipalities in the west, east and center of the national territory. Likewise, the Orange alert of “high danger” in the regions located in the south and north of the state.

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The governor reminded citizens that in case of an emergency You can call 911,Likewise, it calls on families who are located in vulnerable areas to go to one of temporary shelters that have been installed throughout the entity, which are located in this LINK.

What are the measures and recommendations in the event of a hurricane?

  • Clean roofs, gutters and drains.
  • Do not throw trash on the streets.
  • Get information through official sources.
  • Identify temporary shelters.
  • Store important documents in plastic bags.
  • Make an emergency backpack with the most essential items.
  • Evacuate risk areas.
  • Close doors and windows.
  • Cut off gas and electricity supplies.

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