Mexico sets up Covid-19 resort testing sites to salvage tourism industry
On Tuesday, the US started requiring proof of negative Covid-19 results before allowing visitors to fly in from other nations
Hotels, airports and airlines across Mexico and the Caribbean are rushing to set up Covid-19 testing sites to meet new US entry rules and salvage demand for the pandemic-hit travel industry.
In Mexico, tourist magnets like Cancun have set up multiple testing sites inside airports to accommodate travellers to the US, which on Tuesday started requiring proof of negative Covid-19 results before allowing visitors to fly in from other nations. Hyatt Hotels is offering complimentary testing at its 19 Latin America resorts, while Marriott International is providing a mix of on-site testing and assistance co-ordinating with local facilities...