U.S.-Mexico border closure set to expire Sept. 21; 'Do not travel' warning dropped
Land border closure agreement between Mexico and U.S. set to expire Sept 21.
Eric L Martin | Chubby Diaries
The U.S. State Department downgraded its travel warning for Mexico. The move comes less than a few weeks before the U.S. and Mexico agreement of a closed border is set to expire.
The county is no longer under a Level 4 "Do not travel" warning. A new Level 3 warning status of "Reconsider Travel" has been issued for regions of Mexico. There are a few "Do no travel" warnings for five states due to crime and kidnapping.
The current U.S.- Mexico border closure agreement is set to expire Sept. 21. However, if an extension is to be made, it will usually come a week before the time of expiration.
Land and water travel have been made with a major loophole with closure agreements with Mexico and Canada: travelers can still fly over the border. Places like Cancun, Cozumel and Cabo are welcoming travelers even without a COVID-19 test or quarantine.
Eric L. Martin Chubby Diaries Travel Analyst. He writes on the latest Travel News and much more.
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