The world is facing a new wave of travel restrictions across the globe.
Many countries across the world are banning all nonessential travel, with many other countries also restricting air travel, as well as some major sporting events, like the Olympics.
This could be the last time the US can see many of its athletes competing in Rio de Janeiro.
But this is not the only country to take a tough stance on travel restrictions.
In a new travel advisory issued by Mexico, authorities warn that many people are now banned from entering Mexico, and there are now some restrictions on the use of public transportation.
Many Mexicans travel to other countries, especially to the US, to work, or to attend to personal needs.
“Due to the fact that the country has been impacted by the economic crisis, many people cannot access the services that they need,” said Carlos Sánchez, a spokesperson for the Mexican government’s ministry of public security.
Mexico has some of the strictest immigration laws in the world, with no exceptions for refugees or people who need to travel for work or education.
“We do not accept anyone who is not from the country or cannot find work,” Sángyez added.
Some of the more recent restrictions are for foreign students, and others are for those who are on temporary visas.
Many of the restrictions are based on the number of people who are allowed to enter Mexico, rather than the country’s overall population.
Some countries have even been restricting people from using public transportation to travel.
“The main thing we want is that everybody stays away from the public transportation,” said Erika Gomez, a Mexican journalist living in the US.
“If there are no other options, we will stay at home and use public transportation.”
A few weeks ago, President Enrique Peña Nieto declared that Mexico would be open to “all, irrespective of nationality, religion, race, gender, sexual orientation, and social status,” including immigrants and refugees.
In the meantime, Mexico has been hit by a massive wave of migrant workers, including some who have fled to the United States.
Mexico’s unemployment rate is now over 40 percent, and many Mexicans are struggling to get by.
This is the third time Mexico has banned all non-essential travel.
The first time the country did so was in 2013, when the US imposed a temporary travel ban on its citizens.
A few months ago, Mexico imposed another temporary travel restriction, this time for refugees.
This time, the US did not limit travel to the country, and some people who entered the country through the US have since returned.
“It’s not just about the US,” Gomez said.
“There are people who don’t want to leave their country because they can’t afford to go to the U.S.”
Sángez explained that the government has asked Mexico’s government to look into the impact of the temporary travel restrictions on Mexico.
“In the meantime we are monitoring the situation,” he said.
Mexico also has some strict restrictions on immigration from Central America, with the government saying that people entering the country for economic reasons are now prohibited from entering the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates.
The travel ban was also issued for citizens of the European Union countries of Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland and the U