• It is expected that the border infrastructure can be resumed normally by early December
San Diego, CA.- The resumption of border crossings and the normalization of medical tourism in Baja California will be crucial for binational economic reactivation.
This was indicated during the meeting of the Border Affairs Commission chaired by Assemblymember Miguel Ángel Bujanda Ruíz, in which Consul General Carlos González Gutiérrez was present.
It was the same consul who made a request to citizens not to cross the border for frivolous reasons, recalling that the situation continues to be alarming in both countries.
At the same time, it was concluded in commission and together with four experts from the county of San Diego and the Autonomous University of Baja California, UABC, that the health and testing filters of COVID at the border are necessary to take a pulse of how progress is being made regarding the herd immunity method with a random sample, but ultimately representative.
Regarding deportations from the American side, he assured that arrests have been made near the border so that the nationals can be repatriated immediately.
Finally, it is expected that the border infrastructure can be resumed to normal activity by early December. The meeting was attended by the president of the Political Coordination Board, Montserrat Caballero Ramírez, and the Assemblymembers who were members of the Border Affairs Commission: Claudia Agatón, Rodrigo Otañez, Trinidad Vaca Chacón, Carmen Hernández, Juan Melendrez, and Fausto Gallardo.