Mexico has announced plans to ban travel to the US, but it’s not all bad news for the US.

The US State Department has warned the Mexican government against sending visitors back to the states in 2018, after reports of a spike in the number of diarrhoea cases linked to the travel ban.

“There have been reports that travelers are reporting diarrhea and other health problems related to travel to Mexico,” the State Department said in a statement.

“Travelers may continue to travel under the guidance of their travel agency, or their travel partner, and should report symptoms, such as diarrhea, to their travel agent or travel partner.” “

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced the new travel restrictions in a tweet late on Tuesday night, calling the new rules “a response to the recent cases of travelers diarrhoeas in the US”. “

Travelers may continue to travel under the guidance of their travel agency, or their travel partner, and should report symptoms, such as diarrhea, to their travel agent or travel partner.”

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced the new travel restrictions in a tweet late on Tuesday night, calling the new rules “a response to the recent cases of travelers diarrhoeas in the US”.

It’s not clear whether Peña is referring to the increase in cases linked specifically to the new restrictions, or to a broader trend of travelers returning to the United States, which has seen an increase in travelers and businesses coming back to Mexico in recent months.

But Mexico is also looking to expand the number and types of travelers it is able to accept.

Mexico has said it will now accept up to 100,000 tourists a day.

A few days later, Peña said Mexico would begin accepting 10,000 international tourists a week.

He later tweeted that Mexico would accept up 25,000 people a day during the month of March.

But that was just a few days after the State Depart­ment announced that Mexico was now accepting no more than 25,898 people a week, down from 36,734 people a month earlier.

“I am pleased to announce that Mexico will be opening its doors to international travelers for the first time in over 30 years,” Peña tweeted.

US President Donald Trump on Monday ordered a temporary ban on travellers from seven Muslim-majority countries. “

It’s also good to know that the US government will not interfere with our freedom to travel and to travel freely.”

US President Donald Trump on Monday ordered a temporary ban on travellers from seven Muslim-majority countries.

The order was signed by the White House after it was revealed that two men who were deported from the US in 2015 had become infected with coronavirus.

Trump called the pair, and others who came to the country before them, “dangerous criminals”.

“They are very dangerous people,” he said.

It’s a fraud.” “

And I’ve never seen anything like it.

It’s a fraud.”

On Tuesday, the State Dept said it had received “more than 10,600 reports of travel restrictions” related to the ban, including the cases of travel bans in Hawaii and Hawaii’s ports.

The travel restrictions were not lifted until March 20.

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