In a statement, the Mexican Secretariat of Foreign Affairs said that it will cooperate with its US counterpart to protect the health of both societies and improve the commercial dynamics on the common border.
Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard announced that regular activities on the border with the US will be resumed as of November 8.
That country will accept travelers with the vaccines authorized by the World Health Organization (WHO). This includes, for the Mexican party, those vaccines produced by Pfizer and BioNTech, AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna and Sinovac. The reopening of the border is the result of progress of national vaccination in the states of the north border, as well as the work of the Mexican consular network in the United States and Canada, which have been critical to achieve these vaccination results, according to the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs.