U.S. helps companies operating in Mexico navigate COVID-19-related reopening
The U.S. departments of State and Commerce recently held a webinar to discuss the COVID-19 situation in Mexico. Mexico began phasing in nonessential activities June 1 according to a new, nationwide “stoplight” system that indicates what aspects of the community and economy can begin to reopen based on states’ new case trends, hospital occupancy rates and percentage of positive cases.
Representatives from the Department of Commerce are available to help answer questions regarding essential services and other COVID-19-related topics in Mexico. For assistance, contact:
- Brian Brisson, minister counselor for commercial affairs, +52.55.5080.2196; and
- Eric Olson, principal commercial officer, +52.81.8047.3223.