When will Mexico ban child travel?
Mexico will ban the use of child travel products by parents on its national child travel program, the Mexican government announced Monday.
The ban comes in response to a surge in cases of infant mortality, a rise in cases among children under 5 years old and the spread of Zika in the country.
Children under 5 in Mexico have an average risk of death from Zika of 10.1 per 100,000 people, according to the World Health Organization.
Mexico’s health department said that since the start of the year, the number of cases of the virus in the state had increased by more than 30 percent, with over 100 cases confirmed in just two days.
The government also said that it is suspending the issuance of travel documents for foreign visitors, who must show a valid government-issued ID to enter Mexico.
The Mexican government has also said it will increase surveillance of travelers, with the aim of controlling the spread and stopping the spread.
Mexico was one of the first countries in the world to pass a law that requires all foreigners visiting Mexico to carry a vaccination certificate from the country’s national vaccination office.
Mexico has also issued travel advisories for the U.S. and the U .
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