The Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) confirmed this Wednesday, November 18, the extension of temporary restrictions on border crossings between this country and the United States.
"After reviewing the development of the spread of #COVID19 in both countries, and due to the fact that several states are in the Orange Circle of the Epidemiological Traffic Light Chart, Mexico proposed to the United States the extension for 1 more month of the restrictions to non-essential land travel in their common border".
ALERTA DE VIAJE: La restricción temporal de viajes no esenciales a través de los puertos de entrada terrestres de EEUU sigue vigente. Los viajes esenciales y el comercio continuan sin impedimentos. Viajes esenciales incluyen pero no están limitados a: pic.twitter.com/8G8kGJ6UO3— CBP (@CBP) November 6, 2020
This only adds to what the DHS attaché at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico, Edgar Ramírez, mentioned this Wednesday morning, about the low probability of reopening the borders, and which we report on this site.
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