Travel restrictions are in effect for travelers to and from Mexico City, the country’s capital, starting Sunday.
The city is expected to open on Friday.
The restrictions include restrictions on international flights and cruise ships, but no restrictions on flights to Mexico City.
Travel restrictions for passengers coming from the U.S. are in place as well.
You’ll be able to check in to your hotel via an authorized airline but you’ll have to make reservations through a local hotel.
In the event of an emergency, you’ll need to make an appointment with the local emergency response center.
It’s not clear how long travelers will have to stay in Mexico.
The country is currently grappling with a deadly pandemic that has killed nearly a million people, and there is an ongoing economic crisis.
Some people are moving to Mexico for safety, but others are going for the experience.
Here’s what you need read more travel-related articles Mexico City has been experiencing a massive spike in visitors since President Enrique Pena Nieto took office in December, according to the New York Times.
According to the Times, the number of foreign visitors visiting Mexico City increased by 1,000 percent during the first quarter of 2019.
The increase in tourists has prompted the Mexican government to temporarily shut down the countrys main airports, including the El Paso and Hidalgo international airports, as well as the El Monte and Tlatelolco airports.