During the Covid-19 Pandemic, Mexico has been one of the few countries close to the U.S. that has consistently remained open. Like every country that’s open right now, the U.S. government requires that you get tested when you return to the United States, but other than that, Mexico has made it relatively easy to enter the country.
Mexico requires only a health declaration form, and face-masking in public places. Of course, it’s always smart to get tested prior to international travel if you are able. Below we list the entry requirements that Mexico has in detail:
- No PCR or Antigen Test Required for entry.
- Visitors must fill out a health declaration form at vuelaseguro.com/land. Simply print out the QR code or take a screenshot to show officials at airport screenings.
- Mask up.
Return Testing Requirements:
- All air passengers traveling to the U.S. will be required to provide negative COVID-19 test results upon boarding their flight.
- When returning home to the U.S., passengers must take a NAAT or viral antigen COVID-19 test within 72 hours of their U.S.-bound flight’s departure time. (Not sure what a NAAT or viral antigen test is, or even where to get them? No problem, search for Mexico on this page, and we’ll walk you through it.)
- Most resorts in Mexico are offering on-site testing. Costs for the tests vary by resort. Some resorts are offering free tests as well as options to quarantine if you test positive.
- We recommend contacting your resort before traveling to find out what testing options are available.
- If you’re not staying at a resort or your resort doesn’t offer testing, this link will take you to our Travel Now page. If you click on the link for Mexico, you’ll find a list of locations that offer testing within major Mexican Destinations.
If you have any questions about any of these requirements, feel free to reach out to our helpful customer service team at email@example.com. They’re always happy to help!