3 Mexican Hotspots Start Requiring Vaccine Or Test For Restaurants, Bars, and Clubs

Travelers to Jalisco, home to famous Puerto Vallarta, will be required proof of vaccination and testing to enter multiple tourist venues, announced  Jalisco Governor earlier this week. Other Mexican cities followed suit.

Starting Jan. 14, customers will need to provide proof of a negative PCR test or a vaccine certificate to enter pubs, clubs, casinos, concerts, and other facilities like convention centers and stadiums.

Those over 18 must now present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. Negative PCR tests will be only valid for 48 hours.

According to Forbes Mexico, Tlaxcala, which is located east of Mexico City, will also require proof of vaccination to enter businesses such as hotels,

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