United States issues high alert and urges its citizens not to visit Mexico

They ask not to visit Mexico because of problems related to the Pandemic and violence

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Today, the U.S. Ambassador in Mexico, Christopher Landau, made a publication on his Twitter account reminding citizens that travel between the U.S. and Mexico remains prohibited, with only one exception: essential matters.

In addition, the U.S. government issued a travel alert for U.S. citizens not to travel to the country because Mexico is almost entirely red and coronavirus cases continue to rise.

This news confirms Trump's statement (which he reiterated yesterday in an interview) that Mexico has a "tremendous problem" because of the coronavirus pandemic and that "Thank God" there is this wall that has managed to control the coronavirus.

So far, the United States is the country with the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world, also surpassing all other countries as the country with the highest number of deaths. Our region itself is an example that has been marked to see the contrast between the number of cases between Mexico and the United States.

California has a total of 536 thousand confirmed cases of coronavirus and almost 10 thousand deaths, while Baja California has 13 thousand 717 confirmed cases and 2 thousand 643 deaths.


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