Quels Vaccins Contre le COVID-19 Sont Acceptés au Mexique?


With more than 35% of the Mexican population fully vaccinated, Mexico is one of the countries that is currently safest to travel to. If you’re looking for a travel destination that doesn’t require being fully vaccinated or spending a week or two in quarantine, Mexico is the right place.

Currently, nine different vaccines are approved by the Mexican government and vaccination campaigns are at an all-time high.

COVID-19 vaccines play a crucial role in protecting us against illness. Let’s look at all the details about the COVID-19 vaccines that are accepted in Mexico.

Remember that apart from the travel restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, which you must know to travel without problems, you must also pay the new Visitax tourist tax to enter the States of Quintana Roo in Mexico .

Percentage of Vaccinations in Mexico

The Mexican government has worked tirelessly to make vaccines easily accessible to its population. With the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world and Mexico, nearly 100 million doses of this vaccine have already been administered in the country.

With 45 million people vaccinated so far, more than 35% of Mexico’s population is now fully vaccinated. This means the country is in much better shape than many other destinations

How is the COVID-19 Situation in Mexico?

the Capital Mexico City, Mexico

Although more than a third of the country has been fully vaccinated, COVID-19 is still striking in Mexico with an average of 7,000 to 10,000 cases per day. Additionally, 276,000 deaths have been reported in the country.

What COVID-19 Vaccines Are Accepted in Mexico?

Unlike other countries around the world, several COVID-19 vaccines are accepted in Mexico. These 9 vaccines are:

  • Pfizer
  • Moderna
  • CanSino
  • Gamaleya
  • Janssen
  • AstraZeneca
  • Sinovac
  • Sinopharm
  • Bharat Biotech

The fact that Mexico has accepted the most common brands of vaccines makes it one of the safest countries to travel to today.

Rules for Entering Mexico

Everyone is allowed to enter Mexico and you will not need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to be allowed to travel. That said, there are some requirements, and people planning to travel to Mexico should take the necessary steps before departure.

First, travelers must complete an online health declaration form and scan their QR code upon arrival in the country. This applies to all nationalities and regardless of the purpose of the trip. They do not need to do testing or quarantine as is the case in other destinations.

Upon arrival, if you have symptoms, you can seek help from the health organization Sanidad Internacional.

Requirements for Leaving Mexico For the United States

Although there is no need for a vaccine or testing for COVID-19 when entering Mexico, leaving the country is a different thing.

If you plan to travel from Mexico to the United States, you will need to obtain a negative COVID-19 test no more than 72 hours before departure. It is very easy to get tested for Coronavirus in Mexico and there are many places available for this.

Additionally, non-essential travel from Mexico to the United States is currently suspended until October 21.

What to Expect When Traveling to Mexico

Oaxaca City, Mexico

In addition to knowing which COVID-19 vaccines are accepted in Mexico, it is important to highlight the current situation in the country. Just like many other destinations, there is a 4 tier system in place – green, yellow, orange, red.

Restrictions in the Green States of Mexico

There is no capacity limit for social activities and in public places. However, wearing a mask is still mandatory on public transport.

Restrictions in the Yellow States of Mexico

Social activities are allowed and public places are open, but only with 75% capacity. Wearing a mask is compulsory on public transport as well as in closed public spaces.

Restrictions in the Orange States of Mexico

All social activities are permitted and public places are allowed to be open observing a maximum capacity of 50%. Everyone must wear a mask in public places.

Restrictions in Mexico’s Red States

Mexican authorities are encouraging all citizens to stay at home except for essential tasks, such as shopping. Social activities and public places can open, but the capacity limit will be decided at the discretion of local authorities. Everyone must wear a mask in all public places.

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