The Secretary of Foreign Relations (SRE) reported this Thursday that starting next Monday August, 31 2020, four more delegations will be reopened to provide the services of issuance of passports, legalization of documents and attention to cases of consular protection a Mexicans abroad.
These four delegations they add up at 41 yes in service, with what I know concludes the reopening of all the delegations.
The venues that will open on August 31 are: Campeche, Campeche; Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico state; Toluca de Lerdo, Mexico state; and Hermosillo, Sonora.
The other they may program From the day 28 of August in the Contact Center, available at the phone number 800 80 10 773 of Monday to Friday of 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturdays of 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m..
Likewise, Schedule appointments at portal Internet, at the following electronic address: https://citas.sre.gob.mx. This is the only authorized site and it is completely free.
It is reiterated to users the importance of avoid fraud and do not make payments or deposits to personal accounts or convenience stores for a passport processing appointment.
He entry to the headquarters of the delegations of the Ministry of Foreign Relations for the passport process must comply the next protocol:
Come by scheduled appointment, 15 minutes before it
Wear a mask and apply antibacterial gel
It is suggested to wear an acrylic mask and latex gloves
The temperature will be taken upon entering the office
Keep 1.5 m distance between people
Access to those with symptoms of respiratory disease will not be allowed
Regarding the care of cases of emergency duly accredited, especially those of medical character, labor, academic and of consular protection, communicates that each delegate y/o subdelegate in passport offices in national territory will be the in charge of said matters. Therefore, the public that is in this situation must go directly to them.
Depending of the traffic light risk issued by the federal or state Health Secretariats, can be restarted The lay off he service in the delegations.
The SRE reported that passport issuance would stay suspended from 27 of March Due to the health contingency new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.
In the framework of the official announcement of the Government of Mexico regarding the declaration of phase 2 of the health contingency of COVID-19, it is reported that the passport issuance service in all metropolitan and foreign delegations of the country will be suspended
That tuesday March 27th in the morning, the federal government declared he start from Phase 2 of the COVID-19 in the country. At this stage, the aim would be to reduce the transmission of the virus and draw the horizon for the next 30 to 40 days, explained the Undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, Hugo Lopez-Gatell.
He April, the 21st, he Undersecretary of Health reported than Mexico entered officially at Phase 3 in the health emergency derived from the coronavirus pandemic COVID-19.
In summary, today we want to start phase 3 of the Covid-19 epidemic, we are in an ascent phase where there will be an increase in infections and hospitalized
The new coronavirus pandemic continues its passage through Mexico. In accordance with data provided by the Health Secretary (In), until this Thursday August 27, add 579,914 accumulated positive cases and 62,594 deaths by COVID-19 in the country.