Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, President of Mexico, announced that vaccine mandates are not in the safety plans of the government. “There are currently some protests in Europe, very significant protests, because vaccination proof is being required to move around or visit shopping centers or restaurants and people are opposing that,” Lopez Obrador said. “As for Mexico, we won’t require such types of proof whatsoever. I want to be very clear about that.” Mexico estimates to end July and August, the summer vacations period, with 20.2 million tourists. Nearly all Mexican beaches are suitable for recreational use, according to Cofepris, the agency equivalent to the U.S.’s Center of Disease Control.