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  1. Type a search on this site using the word "concierge". On 2/27 there is a post recommending Ana Siller for help with filling out vaccination information for 100 pesos. Maybe this is what you are looking for. I found this by searching the web for this person: Ana Siller Vera Translator - Concierge Ajijic Jalisco, México Cel. 33 14 64 42 67 sillertranslations@gmail.com
  2. Shag, the document states: Foreigners hoping to fly to the United States will need to show proof of vaccination before boarding and a negative coronavirus test within three days of entering. My question - how do you purchase a personal test in countries that don't offer it? Hmm
  3. Thank you. I made reservations with Cristina, listed above. She has contact by cell phone and email, Whatsapp. She actually calls you to confirm and ask pertinent details about your trip. Very pleased with her.
  4. The 5.3% cost of living increase that the U.S. Federal government indicates does not include food and fuel. The 5.9% COLA would not make much of a dent if we lived NOB, I fear.
  5. You just indicated that the car was made in the U.S. Do you have U.S. or MX insurance on the vehicle? That probably will determine your answer. We totaled our car near Monterrey a couple years ago. Our MX insurance company sent an adjuster from Monterrey and he handled everything. U.S. made car, MX insurance.
  6. Please give me name and phone number and any other pertinent information about driver.
  7. Here is the website if anyone wants to look at it: https://www.ssa.gov/cola/
  8. I have read this on Fox news also. It appears to me at least, that the Border agents MAY ask to see proof of vaccination. It also appears to me that this new caveat pertains to foreigners, not U.S. Citizens: The new rules, to be announced Wednesday, will allow fully vaccinated foreign nationals to enter the U.S. regardless... Which I understand would apply to Canadians, not U.S. citizens. I cannot find it reported about refusal to allow any U.S. citizen returning to the U.S. from Mexico by land entry into their country if they are not vaccinated.
  9. Please supply your source. I can find nothing regarding a restriction by land to the United States, I don't know about Canada.
  10. https://www.lysol.com/clean-and-protect/home-cleaning-tips/clean-by-room/how-to-clean-and-disinfect-a-bedroom
  11. MX Daily reported last week that flu shots would be available in MX starting 3 November. https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/influenza-vaccination-to-begin-november-3/
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