Mexico in talks with EU to facilitate travel to Europe

Since July 1, the so-called "covid passport", a document with three first conditions issued by national authorities, has been in force in the European Union.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Mexican government is in dialogue with the European Union to achieve that travelers from Mexico be accepted in the region without needing a vaccine approved by the European agency EMA, advised this Tuesday (3) the Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard.

The Foreign Affairs Secretary said that in the United States, they do not require vaccination to enter, but they do require a PCR test, and added that "in the case of the European Union, it will depend on where we are on the traffic light."

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