CDC Recommends not to Travel to Mexico

 CDC Recommends not to Travel to Mexico

The US Centers of Disease Control and Prevention updated its travel guidance for Mexico on Monday, and the popular vacation destination is now at a Level 3 travel health warning. The new Level 3 (high risk) warning puts Mexico up from its previous ranking at Level 2 (moderate risk) just last week. As health guidance for all US citizens, the CDC recommends avoiding travel to Mexico at this time if you’re not fully vaccinated against Covid, and there is still a risk to contract and spread the virus while traveling.
Well Mexico is a big country and several states have very few Covid cases, like our Southern Baja state where there are about 1,100 positive cases registered out of over 700,000 inhabitants. Medano beach was packed to the rafters yesterday, with possibly hundreds of young people enjoying Graduation term vacations. All happy, dancing, suntanning and drinking beer and margaritas.