EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — The Mexican consulate in El Paso is restricting public access in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Effective immediately, only people with appointments or on official business will be allowed into the building on East San Antonio Street in Downtown El Paso.
Family members, spouses
Even people with appointments are asked to cancel them and make new ones if they have a fever, cough, frequent sneezing or have difficulty breathing.
Mexican citizens who need protection services — such as assistance in dealing with U.S. authorities or those who’ve been victims
Other community services that include how to find community services, information on health, finances and education resources can be accessed by calling specific numbers available at the consulate’s website.
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