Mexico proposes to reopen borders with U.S. cities on a city-by-city basis depending on vaccination coverage

Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Evrad during a press conference at the National Palace in Mexico City, Mexico, June 15, 2021. (Luis Cortez / File Photo / Reuters)

Mexico City — The Mexican government has proposed to the United States to reopen the time lag between the US and Mexico’s land border cities, which are shared by city, depending on the vaccination rate, Mexico’s Foreign Minister Marcelo Evrad said Tuesday.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security last month extended the restrictions enforced last year due to a coronavirus pandemic, closing the U.S. border between Canada and Mexico for non-essential travel until at least July 21. Said to stay.

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