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Mexico is one of the latest Latin American nations to impose any measures in order to stop the further spreading of the coronavirus in the country. Up until March 18, no regulation had been imposed by the government.
On March 25, local authorities of Mexico City decided to close all museums, nightclubs, and gyms. In addition, gatherings of 50 or more people have been banned.
Going to the United States from Mexico is only allowed for essential travel as of March 20. Tourism or recreational purposes are deemed non-essential and are therefore no longer allowed until further notice.
There haven't been any travel bans introduced by the Mexican government. However, expect extra medical screenings at ports of entries.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of Mexico asked all its citizens to stay inside on March 29 to prevent them from getting sick or infecting others. But this call is not mandatory and many Mexicans are ignoring his request.
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Last validated on March 31, 2020:30 March: The health authorities of Mexico advises anyone of 65 years or older to stay inside as the number of Covid-19 infections surpassed the 1,000 today.
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