The United States will reopen the borders with Mexico and Canada in November 2021.
– It will be open only to visitors who have been fully vaccinated and with an entry visa.
Baja California. – Mexico’s border with the United States reopened in November 2021, 19 months after the territory was closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Opening the border between Mexico and the United States will bring neighbors and relatives together and will have a positive economic impact and relief for businesses and businesses.
The Joe Biden administration will remove travel restrictions with Mexico and Canada starting in November 2021 for fully vaccinated visitors, and reopen US doors to foreign tourists and separated family members who have been left out of the country during the pandemic. 19.
The US government has decided to open its borders with Mexico and Canada to people who have been fully vaccinated, 19 months after the territory was closed due to the Covid-19 epidemic. Dr Alejandro Diaz Bautista, international economics expert and research professor at El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (Colef), said reopening the borders would have positive economic impacts on border cities.
Border communities have been affected by the closure of ports of entry into the United States in 2020. There has not only been a health crisis since 2020, but economic devastation to businesses and tourism in border cities.
Removing the ban would effectively mark the US reopening to travelers and tourism, marking a new phase in the recovery from the pandemic after the country closed its land borders for nearly 19 months, affecting the economy of border cities.
This border opening attempts to normalize the border crossings of North American countries. Remember that the crossing between Tijuana and San Ysidro is the busiest in the world. Millions of pedestrians and cars cross this border point annually.
The closure of the US land border took 19 months straight, affecting the economy, tourism, trade, business, and contact with families living in this area on both sides of the Mexican border with the United States.
This opening not only marks the land border with the two neighboring countries, but is also another progress in lifting restrictions on travelers of other nationalities who have already been fully vaccinated. A similar easing is scheduled for the same month on international air routes.
The end of 19 months of unprecedented restrictions on ground transportation of people between the United States, Canada and Mexico. action to curb the Covid-19 epidemic, but it has caused serious damage to local and regional economies, as in San Ysidro, California.
The Department of Homeland Security has indicated that the administration establishes consistent and strict protocols for all foreign nationals who travel to the United States, whether by air, land, or ferry.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has clarified that the United States will accept travelers who have been fully vaccinated with any of the vaccines approved for emergency use by the World Health Organization. Not just those used in the US. Unlike air travel, which requires a negative Covid-19 diagnosis test result before boarding a flight to that country, tests will not be required for entry by land or sea, as long as people meet vaccination requirements.
The US-Mexico border will open in November 2021. This is for Mexicans and foreigners with a visa who can prove they have their full vaccination plan. It is worth noting that many Mexicans have received vaccines not authorized by the World Health Organization, such as Sputnik V developed in Russia, or CanSino from China.
However, greater social interaction in late 2021 and the easing of health restrictions may increase cases and bring a new wave of Covid-19. The coexistence of influenza and Covid-19 could complicate the health scenario due to the difficulty of diagnosis and the risk of co-infection in late 2021 and early 2022.