Those fortunate enough to receive a full COVID vaccination plan have the opportunity to create a document proving that you have been vaccinated, according to the Department of Health.
This document serves as official proof that you have been vaccinated or vaccinated and have been approved by the Government of Mexico.
So amid travel restrictions due to the pandemic, some countries are requiring that you have at least one COVID vaccine before reaching their territory.
Here is the list of countries that require you to verify your vaccination:
From 1 July, travelers from Mexico can enter this region for tourism, as long as they can demonstrate that they have been immunized with one of the vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
Mexico is considered a high-risk country.
As of June 9, it has opened its doors to visitors from all over the world who have received full doses of the vaccination.
They can avoid quarantine requirements by providing evidence of complete vaccination with a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or the World Health Organization (WHO).
The second dose should be vaccinated 14 days before the flight.
Travelers will also undergo a PCR test upon arrival in addition to the certificate.
Some other Latin American countries continue to close their borders, such as the case of Argentina and Canada, while others such as Chile continue to require quarantine and PCR tests on arrival.