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RE: UK and Mexico

We here in Guerrero are on red light, and should be because of tourism. We both sincerely hope that you two have had your vaccinations, if you choose to have them, and are healthy. We had ours, and are doing well and sending positive thoughts to everyone who chooses to be vaccinated. We are out regularly and ALWAYS wear our masks. It's easy and a correct thing to do, and hopefully sends a message to our many visitors.
Talleyho69 08/11/21 08:07pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: UK and Mexico

The vaccination program has not been abandoned. Here in Zihuatanejo, in the state of Guerrero, everyone over 40, educators, medical workers and pregnant women have been fully vaccinated. Those between 30 and 39 received their first dose of the AstraZenica vaccine in July and will receive the second one in September, the dates have already been announced. Those 18 to 29 will start receiving their vaccinations Monday. Many of the villages in the more remote areas of Guerrero received one dose vaccines with everyone being done at once so everyone is covered. Mexico is moving forward well toward meeting their goal of having everyone (who is willing) be vaccinated by October. Again, why has Mexico abandoned (as heard in the President's and Health Minister's speeches) its vaccination program? Where did you get this information? It is NOT true.
Talleyho69 08/11/21 03:39pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: UK and Mexico

What does this have to do with RVing in Mexico?
Talleyho69 08/10/21 12:18pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexico's Highway Of Death

Only 10% of Mexico is a no go zone. For traveling the rest of Mexico, be careful, be alert and stay aware of your surroundings. This particular comment has always been true about traveling in Mexico and MOST countries!!! We were warned when we first started traveling here in the 1980's that we were to avoid Michoacan and Cuilican, and to beware of vados on the Baja, because there could/would be bad guys there to shake us down. Nothing bad has happened to us, but we have had some extremely interesting things occur. Once again, USE COMMON SENSE! If someone who lives and travels here shares that there is a problem in an area, and the reports support that, listen to them!!!
Talleyho69 08/09/21 04:53pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexico's Highway Of Death

What does this have to do with RVing in Mexico and South America?
Talleyho69 08/08/21 07:09pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: New TIP

The only phone we have is a stupid phone. Wouldn't work for us!
Talleyho69 08/02/21 05:43pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

Yes, we agree, Michelin tires are the best, but they are pricey.
Talleyho69 08/02/21 05:41pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

OK, technically these things should be in a different forum, but they are appropriate for here now. TIRES!!!!!! Anywhere, especially Mexico where some sizes of tires can be difficult to come by and extremely expensive, tires are often ignored and shouldn't be. This is the voice of experience, the hard way, more than once. RV tires need to be replaced every 5 years. No discussion, no disclaimers that they were always covered, top of the line, not used much. THEY MUST BE REPLACED EVERY 5 YEARS. RV's are heavy, hard to miss potholes, and when a tire fails, a tremendous amount of damage can/will occur. The year before we moved here permanently and sold our Safari, the tires hit 5 years of age. We talked about stretching another year out of them because they looked perfect, but remembered what we had been through in the past. Here is a great tip: I bought our new tires on line. First, I had them guarantee the age of the tires by sending photos of the manufacturing date. (look for this information on line.) Then, I called around and found out the cost of having them mounted, balanced and the disposal fees in California. We saved more than a thousand US dollars by having them shipped directly to us and put in the RV. We drove to the tire place who confirmed the age of the tires, and was blown away by the deal we got, and in no time, had great, Michelin tires on the coach. DON'T RUN ON OLD TIRES!!!!!
Talleyho69 08/01/21 05:59pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

We so agree that the Canadians are suffering. They have a totally different government set up than those in the US have. We have a close friend, a retired Canadian professor who explained the differences to us. It makes sense, and if necessary, I'll have him explain the governmental differences. We are fortunate that we have several different governments, but at times they get complicated and tough to understand how and why they are different.
Talleyho69 07/30/21 07:13pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

After reading the link you provided, thank you, people need to realize that the US website may or may not have the current information. At least here in Guerrero, everyone who is 40 years of age or older has received their doses (however many required) of the COVID vaccine. The 30 to 39 year olds received their first dose of AstraZenica last week, and will receive the second one in September. Else where in the country, the 18 year olds and older are receiving their vaccines. Mexico is actively vaccinating their people of all ages. Will this help? It sure couldn't hurt. At this time, Mexico is doing a decent job with vaccination, especially compared with many countries in the rest of the world, and it's continuing. We live here, will continue to, and feel strongly that things are being handled in a reasonable way.
Talleyho69 07/30/21 06:35pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

We have spent most of our lives for the last 40 years in countries other than the US. We have always been impressed with the fact that mask wearing is not uncommon. Food service, having a cold, not feeling great, people wear masks. In the US, if anyone in the past wore a mask, there was something seriously wrong or you were a criminal-or Michael Jackson. Let's hear it for trying NOT to share your "bug" with others without being labeled as a criminal.
Talleyho69 07/30/21 05:08pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Travelling is not getting easier

I agree with many of you that have said, basically, I'm vaccinated, and if you have chosen not to be vaccinated, that is your crisis, not mine. And yes, it is 99.8% survivable. Life is for living.
Talleyho69 07/30/21 11:28am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border News

This thread is being closed because it is rehashing the same information over and over. When new information is available, please do start a new thread. Moderator
Talleyho69 07/29/21 09:02pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border News

There are no requirements of any kind for entering Mexico. If you are flying to the US from any international destination, you must show proof of a negative test within three days of your arrival in the US. That being said, we have had several friends fly from here to both Los Angeles and Texas and the airline never asked them for their proof of testing.
Talleyho69 07/28/21 11:56am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border News

It is being used here in Mexico, one of several.
Talleyho69 07/28/21 10:27am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border News

Anyone who is a US citizen, even if they have never been in the US is responsible for paying taxes in the US on their income. Giving up US citizenship is extremely difficult and costly. We have no desire to do that, and choose to pay the taxes the US has decided we owe. We had many years of living in the US and do not regret them. Mexico is not the first country that we have lived in for an extended period of time that is not part of the US, and we made the same decision then.
Talleyho69 07/26/21 08:09pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border News

Maybe. We personally used the funds to pay the income taxes that we owed to the US government in the country where we don't live and don't generate income. It's an interesting situation.
Talleyho69 07/24/21 07:45pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border News

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/testing-international-air-travelers.html The only travelers to the US that are required to show a negative Covid test, or proof of vaccination are those that are flying in.
Talleyho69 07/19/21 05:55pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border News

Definitely, but as of today, more states in Mexico came out of the green light and went back to yellow. Here in Guerrero the 30 to 39 year olds start vaccinating today. It may be nation wide, I don't know. That means that in theory, every one 30 or over, educators, medical people and pregnant women have had the ability to be vaccinated. Whatever it takes.
Talleyho69 07/19/21 01:22pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Border News

It's a step in the right direction. News release International flights carrying passengers will be permitted to land at five additional Canadian airports July 19, 2021 | Ottawa | Public Health Agency of Canada The Government of Canada is prioritizing the health and safety of everyone in Canada by taking a risk-based and measured approach to re-opening our borders. Thanks to the hard work of Canadians, rising vaccination rates and declining COVID-19 cases, the Government of Canada is able to move forward with adjusted border measures. On September 7, 2021, provided that the domestic epidemiologic situation remains favourable, the Government intends to open Canada’s borders to any fully vaccinated travellers who have completed the full course of vaccination with a Government of Canada-accepted vaccine at least 14 days prior to entering Canada and who meet specific entry requirements. As a first step, starting August 9, 2021, Canada plans to begin allowing entry to American citizens and permanent residents, who are currently residing in the United States, and have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to entering Canada for non-essential travel. This preliminary step allows for the Government of Canada to fully operationalize the adjusted border measures ahead of September 7, 2021, and recognizes the many close ties between Canadians and Americans. Subject to limited exceptions, all travellers must use ArriveCAN (app or web portal) to submit their travel information. If they are eligible to enter Canada and meet specific criteria, fully vaccinated travellers will not have to quarantine upon arrival in Canada. To further support these new measures, Transport Canada is expanding the scope of the existing Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) that currently directs scheduled international commercial passenger flights into four Canadian Airports: Montréal-Trudeau International Airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport, Calgary International Airport, and Vancouver International Airport. Effective August 9, 2021, international flights carrying passengers will be permitted to land at the following five additional Canadian airports: Halifax Stanfield International Airport; Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport; Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport; Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport; and Edmonton International Airport. These airports, in cooperation with the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency and Transport Canada, are working to implement the measures necessary to safely welcome international passengers as soon as possible after August 9, as conditions dictate. All travellers, regardless of vaccination status, will still require a pre-entry COVID-19 molecular test result. However effective August 9, 2021, the Government of Canada is adjusting its post-arrival testing strategy for fully vaccinated travellers. Using a new border testing surveillance program at airports and land border crossings, fully vaccinated travellers will not need a post-arrival test unless they have been randomly selected to complete a Day 1 COVID-19 molecular test. There are no changes to the mandatory testing requirements for unvaccinated travellers. This strategy allows the Government of Canada to continue monitoring variants of concern in Canada and vaccine effectiveness. Using these layers of protection, the Government of Canada can monitor the COVID-19 situation in Canada, respond quickly to threats, and guide decisions on restricting international travel. Finally, with the advent of increased vaccination rates in Canada, declining COVID-19 cases and reduced pressure on health care capacity, the three-night government authorized hotel stay requirement will be eliminated for all travellers arriving by air as of 12:01 A.M. EDT on August 9. Fully vaccinated travellers who meet the requirements will be exempt from quarantine; however, all travellers must still provide a quarantine plan and be prepared to quarantine, in case it is determined at the border that they do not meet the necessary requirements. While Canada continues to trend in the right direction, the epidemiological situation and vaccination coverage is not the same around the world. The Government of Canada continues to advise Canadians to avoid non-essential travel outside of Canada – international travel increases your risk of exposure to COVID-19 and its variants, as well as of spreading it to others. Border measures also remain subject to change as the epidemiological situation evolves. As Canada looks to welcome fully vaccinated travellers from the U.S., the federal government will continue to monitor the situation and provide updated travel advice to Canadians.
Talleyho69 07/19/21 12:50pm RVing in Mexico and South America
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