Mexican consulate in San Diego to limit entry due to coronavirus

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SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Border Report) — Mexico’s consulate in San Diego is going to restrict the number of people entering its offices as a way to reduce the risk of contracting or spreading the coronavirus.

As of March 16, only people with appointments will be allowed inside the consulate. Companions or those without appointments will be denied access.

The consulate is acting on recommendations of California’s public health department according to a statement issued by the Consular General:

Mexico’s Consulate in San Diego issued this statement Thursday evening.

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