Travel restrictions have caused a wave of travel cancellations in Mexico, and the country’s tourism industry is struggling to recover.

At least 4,000 tourists are being prevented from visiting Mexico City, according to the National Commission for Tourism.

That number is higher than the number of cancellations from a similar wave in May.

In a statement, Mexico City Mayor Miguel Angel Osorio Chong called the cancellations a “disaster.”

The city was the epicenter of a major outbreak of the coronavirus in March, and thousands of tourists have died.

The mayor said the situation is “unacceptable” and urged the U.S. and other countries to step up pressure on the government.

“It is absolutely unacceptable to see people with serious illnesses who can’t go anywhere and then have their health conditions caused by this virus,” Osorio said.

Mexico’s tourism ministry said the city was facing a “historic and catastrophic” situation, with about 3,000 people on a waiting list to visit.

It has also been overwhelmed by a surge in hotel bookings.

The number of hotels booked in Mexico rose by almost 70 percent last month from a year earlier, with the average hotel being booked for a whopping $2,400 per night.