Tijuana-San Diego medical pass lane has reopened at the new location


The booth, which had been closed since December 28, has already been reactivated in this new location

The Tijuana Municipal Government announced on Wednesday, December 23, that the medical pass lane would change its location, for this reason, it is that since December 28, said lane has been closed. However, as planned, it reopened today at its new location.

The new location for this agile crossing for medical and business tourism purposes has changed location and its new access will be along Paseo de los Héroes avenue in Zona Río, that is, where the general line was previously. The Tijuana Economic Development Secretariat (Sedeti) granted a total of 120 thousand passes in 2020.

These passes were destined 95% to health issues and only 5% were directed to people whose purpose is a business in the United States. Each pass has a different cost: the doctor costs $ 247 pesos, while the business one costs $ 519 pesos.

It is expected that with this new location, traffic and long lines will no longer be a problem for people who have to be on time for a consultation or a business. According to Zeta Weekly, the work cost around 1 million 089 thousand 322 pesos.

Source: sandiegored.com

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