Monthly “essential travel” extension to Sept. 21st

Here’s your monthly update on “essential travel” via land entries between US/Mexico/Canada. #staywell
As we have posted since March 2020 – The US/Mexico/Canada agreement to limit non-essential travel has again been extended – now to SEPTEMBER 21st.
It is worth noting, as many travelers to Rocky Point know, since it began last March this measure has NOT been enforced by officials at the Sonoyta land crossing into Mexico. We remain alert to any additional changes in actions at the Mexico land entry in Lukeville/Sonoyta.
travel-568x1200 Monthly "essential travel" extension to Sept. 21st
NOTE: BORDER HOURS Lukeville/Sonoyta (both ways) 6 am – 8 pm
*IMPORTANT: Entry into the US via land border is only for US citizens and/or US permanent residents.* This ongoing extension also impacts Canadians (and other foreign nationals) in Mexico wishing to return via land border.
US border officials may sternly remind you of the “non-essential travel limitation” when returning North to the U.S.
*FOR AIR TRAVEL* – as of Jan. 26th a negative Covid test is required when FLYING into the U.S. No additional announcement has been made yet as to land entries.



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