Border Crossing Update & Zinnia's Home Safety Tips - April 16th
Kanoa, Zinnia, and Luis give us an update on the border crossing wait times in San Diego, specifically for the ports of entry in San Ysidro, Otay, and Tecate.
We have seen an increase in traffic at the border and we want to know if you are crossing the border to the U.S. and if you are not a U.S. citizen or a legal resident of the U.S., are you being turned away? Let us know in the comments!
Click Here to Watch Near Real-Time San Diego/Tijuana Border Crossing Cameras
Zinnia gave us some great recommendations on things you could have ready if you have a family member with COVID-19 at home:
- An Isolated room and bathroom if possible
- Box of Tissues
- Trash can
- Box with cleaning supplies
- List of the prescribed medicine
- Paracetamol (when a professional recommends it)
- Plenty of liquids
- Entertainment (TV, magazines, books)
- Avoid electronics that can get contaminated easily
If you’re taking care of a loved one, we recommend having protective gear, such as apron, eyewear, gloves, plastic bags, and tightly fitted mask.
Click here to watch the video from Dr. David Price of Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City
Click here to read more advice from the World Health Organization
We hope everyone stays safe, positive, healthy and more importantly, stay home!
1 thought on “Border Crossing Update & Zinnia’s Home Safety Tips – April 16th”
Everyone (including you) is describing the Border wait times and what is considered essential travel to the U. S. Travel to the U. S. is not my concern. What I haven’t heard a single word about is crossing back into Mexico. What documents are required and what does Mexico insist on to let you back in??? I live down here and my fear is if I go to the U. S. and can’t get back to my home here.