Tamaulipas announces new measures at international border crossings
The government of Tamaulipas announced Tuesday that health screenings will be implimented at 15 international crossings following the restriction of non-essential travel between U.S. and Mexico due to concerns about the coronavirus.
According to a news release from the Tamaulipas state government, during the following days 250 people will be monitoring those who enter Mexico by “taking their body temperature, applying antibacterial gel and applying a survey to identify possible risk cases.”
The measures will be taken in the pedestrian, vehicle, cargo transport, and line bus accesses, according to the news release.
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