Tourists from around the globe thronged Cancun’s international airport on Thursday, shunning social distancing norms, a day after Hurricane Delta hit the Mexican beach resort and forced mass evacuations, hotel closures and flight cancellations.
The terminal building seethed with thousands of cramped tourists, crying babies and even barking dogs. The screen board, flanked by a long line of travelers struggling to reach a check-in counter, showed at least a dozen canceled flights.
Even after spending hours in line, many tourists found themselves stranded.
For 28-year-old New Jersey native Anthony . . .