25/04/2009No Travel Restrictions to Mexico

Tourism to Mexico is flowing as normal and as of now, there are no restrictions or travel alerts from any foreign country to visit Mexico.

This was confirmed by the World Health Organization (WHO) after eliminating the possibility of issuing quarantine, therefore transit into and out of the country has and will continue flowing as normal.

In the case of the United States, which is the most important international market for Mexico, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Ga., confirmed that there are no restrictions whatsoever for Americans visiting Mexico.

The Federal Government has activated a mechanism called Border Group, in which the Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Institute of Immigration and the Customs Agency are working together to provide specific information about any outbreaks in Mexico.

Likewise, all Mexican ports, consular institutions and embassies abroad are offering information about the risks, forms of transmission, symptoms and preventive measures that should be taken to avoid the spreading of this ailment.

Ministry of Tourism
General Direction of Social Communication
Mexico City, Mexico, April 24, 2009

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