If you’re traveling to Mexico City please read the following carefully.
International visitors are welcome in Mexico City.
Prior to arrival many of them have important questions about health and safety, and especially with regard to COVID19. This update will answer the most common questions. The City’s call center, LOCATEL has detailed answers to many more. Dial +52 55 5658–1111 and press 6 for the English Language desk.
Mexico City is, at this writing, at GREEN ALERT LEVEL. That indication is the result of careful analysis and indicates that the risk of viral infection is low when following the now standard precautions listed below.
Arriving international travelers don’t need to quarantine.
Everyone is asked to follow the public health protocols as strictly as is possible.
These protocols mean that you will see people checking temperatures and distributing antibiotic gel.
Many countries will require proof of a negative test up to 72 hours prior to your return. COVID19 Tests are available for free all over Mexico City. There’s more information here:
Very few hotels, hostels, and AirBnBs have closed entirely. That means there’s very little chance you’ll find yourself stuck should one or another fall through. A whole variety of lodging options are available. Many of them will require their own protocols as to guest safety and security. These are not likely to vary significantly from the main four listed above.