Mexico asks citizens not to travel abroad due to omicron concerns

The Ministry of Health (Ssa) in Mexico alerted citizens to avoid all non-essential international travel to avoid the contagion of omicron, the new variant of COVID-19.

"Avoid all non-essential international travel. The possibility of getting sick from this variant is high, and there are no specific medical measures against this disease," the institution said in a statement.

The agency added that in recent days the omicron variant (B.1.1.529) was detected in Mexico . . .

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