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10 hours ago, pinger said:

Thanks its open..

Are you near there and going over? It would be interesting to hear a general report if you go.

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I have seen on the news, which may or may not be true, that Mexico is requiring all US citizens to be tested before entry into Mexico. But I have also heard that it takes 2 to 4 days for test results. pinger, please report back if you do cross. Thanks. 

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Los Algodones is a special case.  The walk-in tourists are a huge cash cow for everyone involved and Mexico has an actual checkpoint south of town to screen people going further south, so I doubt Mexico will do anything to discourage the Algodones cross-border traffic.

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Lou, you hit the nail on the head. Commerce will drive this. Just a reminder to folks thinking about crossing the hours are 6 AM to 10 PM.

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I was questioning for some people that were to go there next month for dental work..I will pass this info on to them.

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pinger, have your friends check with the dentists in Algodnes before going. A friend was called by their dentist in Algodones canceling their appointment. Next month, who knows? If I hear anymore I'll post the info. Have a great day!

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2 hours ago, bobsallyh said:

pinger, have your friends check with the dentists in Algodnes before going. A friend was called by their dentist in Algodones canceling their appointment. Next month, who knows? If I hear anymore I'll post the info. Have a great day!

Thanks

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26 minutes ago, bobsallyh said:

Pinger it was open today, Wed. There were folks going back and forth. But I think most dentists have shut down.

 

Many (if not all) dentists in So. CA have shut down - except for "emergency" dental work.  Many of the Algodones dentists are USA trained - and stay on top of what's going on with their counterparts (and dental schools) North of the border - and following their lead and/or advice.

Obviously - dental work requires patient and provider/s being in close proximity to each other.  (IMO) - No bueno.

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