Traveling To Cabo During COVID-19

Posted in October 15th, 2020 under Cabo News, COVID-19

COVID-19 Cabo San Lucas Safety

current covid restrictions in caboThe CDC continues to warn that travel increases the chances of getting and spreading Covid 19, and that staying home is the safest way to protect yourself and others. However, the agency’s website offers advice on minimizing risks during the trip, including staying in hotels, taking a taxi, stopping at a petrol station and visiting a petrol station. Sources: 4

Read the latest COVID Travel Restriction in Cabo here.

Many health experts agree that as long as you take the necessary precautions, you are at relatively low risk. However, if you are travelling to a high-risk area (of which Cabo is not currently (October 2020)), stay at home and monitor your health closely to protect yourself, your safety and that of others. Sources: 4, 5

Remember that traveling, even traveling outside the state, can increase your risk of exposure, and traveling to a high-risk area can also cause serious health problems. Sources: 5

CDC COVID-19 Safety

The CDC reminds us that when driving, you can get in close contact with other people through stopovers on the way to gas, food and toilet breaks. Safety information for various types of transportation is available on the CDC website. Michael Howard shares his thoughts on extra safety and health precautions that should be taken during an epidemic or pandemic. Protect yourself during transport, especially during a high-risk period, such as the flu season. Sources: 0, 5

When something big happens on the world stage, whether it is a terrorist attack in the US or a natural disaster in another country, it can be difficult to know whether to move on or not. Read on for the latest travel warnings and warnings around the world. For more information about what the TSA is doing to keep you, your family and your community safe, see our guide to choosing to fly or prepare for a trip in the near future. Sources: 0, 6

If you plan to fly, follow the CDC’s instructions and wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. First, travelers who believe they are in contact with a person who tested positive for COVID 19 should consult their healthcare provider. Sources: 6

If you are an older adult or live in a household with a serious chronic illness, you should consider passing COVID 19 on to others during your trip. If you fall ill with CO VID 19 after returning from a trip, your household contacts can also pose an infection risk. These people are at high risk of becoming very ill and there is a high probability that they are older adults or have serious chronic illnesses. Sources: 2

If your symptoms are mild and you do not have a fever, you may not realize you are infected until you are infected. Have plans to take time off work or school if you are exposed to COVID 19 or are ill. Sources: 2

If you are in close contact with someone with COVID 19 while travelling, you are asked to stay at home for 14 days after the trip to monitor yourself and avoid contact from others. If you develop CO VID 19 and are considered non-infectious, you cannot go to work or school for up to 24 hours. Sources: 2

You are asked to avoid certain activities during this period of infection, including staying in public places, such as public transport, public meetings and public transport during the infection period. Sources: 2

Practice 3-W for now and This applies to travel as well as public places such as hotels, restaurants and public transport. If COVID 19 spreads in the US or abroad, the CDC recommends that everyone wears a fabric face mask and covers their nose and mouth. This slows the spread of COID 19 by helping to prevent the spread of the virus to other people. Sources: 5

Currently, most people in the US have little immediate risk of being exposed to the virus. The CDC recommends travelers avoid contact with sick passengers and wash their hands frequently. Due to the way in which air is filtered in aircraft and the type of air traffic in general, most viruses and other germs do not spread through the air. As a result, the risk of infection from air travel has been low in recent years, with only a few cases of respiratory infections. Sources: 1

Symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath and can occur between 2 and 14 days after exposure. You may have to stay in a place of self-determination – quarantine – for up to 14 days after your arrival. Sources: 1, 3

If you are at serious risk of disease from COVID 19 onwards, you should reduce your chances of being infected with the virus. If you are travelling to areas with few doctors or hospitals, avoid going to communities as often as possible. Those who enter the community should wear face masks, wash and disinfect their hands frequently, and avoid contact with people with respiratory diseases such as coughing, sneezing, vomiting and diarrhea. Sources: 3

There are several things to consider when deciding whether a trip there is safe. If COVID 19 is extended to your destination but not to your place of residence, there is no high risk of you being exposed to danger from there and there are no other travellers with it. Overcrowded travel environments such as airports increase your risk of being exposed to CO VID 19, as do crowded hotels and other public places such as hotels, restaurants and bars. 

For the latest COVID News in Los Cabos please review our webpage.


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