Mexico is a place that is not only famous for its Spanish accent but also for various other things, including touristic destinations. For the same reason, a number of people all over the world wish to visit the place. However, the rise of the pandemic has resulted in certain restrictions for entering the place. So, if you are willing to travel to Mexico from Canada, all you need to be aware of is the travel advisory that has been provided by the government for ensuring safe travels.
Reconsidering travelling to Mexico
The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has given a Level 3 Travel Health Notice for Mexico because of COVID-19, showing a significant degree of COVID-19 in the country. Your danger of contracting COVID-19 and creating extreme manifestations might be lower in case you are completely immunized with a FDA approved immunization. Prior to arranging any worldwide travel, kindly audit the CDC’s particular proposals for inoculated and unvaccinated voyagers. Visit the Embassy’s COVID-19 page for more data on COVID-19 in Mexico.
Rough wrongdoing – like murder, grabbing, carjacking, and burglary – is inescapable and normal in Mexico. The U.S. government has restricted capacity to give crisis administrations to U.S. residents in numerous spaces of Mexico, as movement by U.S. government workers to specific regions is disallowed or limited. In many states, neighbourhood crisis administrations are restricted external the state capital or significant urban areas.
Limitations on U.S. government travel: U.S. government representatives may not go between urban areas into the evening, may not flag down taxis in the city, and should depend on dispatched vehicles, including application based administrations like Uber, and controlled taxi stands. U.S. government representatives may not drive from the U.S.- Mexico boundary to or from the inside places of Mexico, except for daytime travel inside Baja California, among Nogales and Hermosillo on Mexican Federal Highway 15D, and between Nuevo Laredo and Monterrey on Highway 85D. U.S. government representatives ought to abstain from voyaging alone, particularly in far off regions.
Restricted Travelling in Mexico
The government of Mexico strictly suggests to not travel to certain places in Mexico, which include the following for the given reasons.
- Tamaulipas state because of kidnapping as well as crime
- Michoacán state because of kidnapping as well as crime
- Sinaloa state because of kidnapping as well as crime
- Guerrero state because of kidnapping as well as crime
- Colima state because of kidnapping as well as crime
Strictly Reconsidering Travelling
Apart from providing the list of the states where the individuals mist not travel, the government has also issued travel advisory for certain places that must be reconsidered due to specific reasons. These are as follows.
- Baja California State because ofkidnapping and crime.
- Chihuahua State because of kidnapping and crime.
- Coahuila state because of kidnapping and crime.
- Durango State because of crime.
- Guanajuato state because of Crime.
- Jalisco state because of kidnapping and crime.
- Mexico State because of kidnapping and crime.
- Morelos state because of kidnapping and crime.
- Nayarit state because of Crime.
- Sonora State because of kidnapping and crime.
- Zacatecas state because of kidnapping and crime.
Augmented Caution Exercising
Considering the rate of crime in Mexico, the government haa issued travel advisory for certain states where you may visit but are required to exercise augmented caution when here. The following are the states with the reasons for the caution.
- Veracruz State because of crime.
- Tlaxcala state because of crime.
- Tabasco State because of crime.
- San Luis Potosi State because of crime.
- Quintana Roo state because of crime.
- Queretaro State because of crime.
- Puebla State because of kidnapping and crime.
- Oaxaca State because of crime.
- Nuevo Leon state because of kidnapping and crime.
- Mexico City because of kidnapping and crime.
- Hidalgo State because of crime.
- Chiapas State because of crime.
- Baja California Sur state because of crime.
- Aguascalientes State because of crime.
Normal Precautions Exercising
The only places that the government has suggested to exercise normal precautions in while your stay in Mexico are Yucatan state and Campeche state due to their low crime rates.
The bottom line
When it comes to Mexico, the crime rates in the states are extremely high, which do not only involving but other crimes as well. Therefore, apart from the advisory associated with COVID-19, the government has also issued the advisory for travellers according to which the states have been categorised into different categories – the ones that must not be visited, the ones that must be reconsidered while visiting, the ones where extreme precautions must be exercised and the ones that require normal precautions to be exercised. For your safe visit to Mexico, kindly follow the advisory.