It’s been almost eighteen months since northward intersection limitations went into place on the U.S.- Mexico line, and it doesn’t seem as though they’ll facilitate this month.
After a telephone meeting with U.S. VP Kamala Harris on Monday, Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said he doesn’t think a slackening this month is “practical.”
Proposing in any case would be “taking care of an assumption that we have no premise to say will be done,” he added.
One explanation he refered to was the flood in Covid cases on the two sides of the line.
He likewise said that the limitations would be a subject of his Tuesday evening converses with the U.S. Country Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. However, during the gathering with Harris, Ebrard said the U.S. focused on another sizable antibody gift, this time a joined 8.5 million dosages of Moderna and AstraZeneca.