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Eric Blair
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the president of Mexico said this was/is "inhumane" and "discriminatory". He would not support this nor barring incoming flights.

At last report, the Harbormaster was awaiting something.

I wonder if he will personally go to greet and shake hands with every disembarking passengers.

This was a "reliable" news post, not a Facebook story.

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6 minutes ago, Eric Blair said:

the president of Mexico said this was/is "inhumane" and "discriminatory". He would not support this nor barring incoming flights.

At last report, the Harbormaster was awaiting something.

I wonder if he will personally go to greet and shake hands with every disembarking passengers.

This was a "reliable" news post, not a Facebook story.

Dollars take preference in Mexico. 

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Cruise liners are now asking for info on your flight and country of origin and will deny you boarding if from various high risk  country's ...... you will have to undergo a more intense checking before they will allow you to board.......so besides the TSA challenge at the airport (all seem to have different protocols)  and the possibility of having to sit next to a " anxiety    service animal", then the Noroviris......we have plans to leave from Miami next week and hopefully Mexico will not suddenly have a epidemic before will leave

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