RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In its recommendation dated November 21, the CDC puts Mexico on the highest alert level (Very High). “Travel can increase your chances of catching and spreading Covid-19,” the warning states.
However, for those travelers who must move to Mexico, the CDC recommends talking first with a doctor to advise them on the best way to take care of themselves, especially if they are among the sectors at risk.
It also asks travelers to take a test one to three days before traveling and have the results available during the trip, if required.
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