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In Mexican border cities, many fear virus is coming from US

In this May 5, 2020 photo, workers in full protection gear as a precaution against the new coronavirus, unload a coffin that contain the remains of a person who died from the new coronavirus, in an area of the municipal cemetery set apart for victims of COVID-19, in Tijuana, Mexico. Citing a threat of the virus from Mexico, the Trump administration has banned hundreds of thousands of people from crossing the southern border with emergency measures that prohibit nonessential traffic and reject asylum seekers without a hearing. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 14, 2020 photo, Dr. Damian Gutierrez, left, and Dr. Miguel Vazquez, left, assess the lungs of a new coronavirus patient, in Tijuana, Mexico. Tijuana hospitals have become swamped with suspected COVID-19 patients. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 14, 2020 photo, Dr. Miguel Vazquez, left, and a medical worker, check the current status of a new coronavirus patient, in Tijuana, Mexico. Citing a threat of the coronavirus from Mexico, the Trump administration has banned hundreds of thousands of people from crossing the southern border with emergency measures that prohibit nonessential traffic and reject asylum seekers without a hearing. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 13, 2020 photo, Dr. Michel Martinez, right, sanitizes her hands before putting on medical gloves, as part of a sanitation protocol, before entering the respiratory evaluation unit in Tijuana, Mexico. Baja California Gov. Jaime Bonilla said in mid-April that the public health system’s doctors in the state were “dropping like flies” because they lacked protective gear. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 14, 2020 photo, a plastic sheet separates an area reserved for the care of COVID-19 patients at a hospital in Tijuana, Mexico. It remains unclear where the first coronavirus cases in Tijuana originated. While the U.S. is one possibility, the city also sees many international visitors and has numerous links with Mexico City, which is by far the hardest-hit place in the country. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 13, 2020 photo, Dr. Abraham Paez reviews the equipment in the respiratory evaluation unit in Tijuana, Mexico. Tijuana hospitals have become swamped with suspected COVID-19 patients. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 13, 2020 photo, Dr. Michel Martinez prepares for a video consultation with a COVID-19 patient in her home home, in Tijuana, Mexico. Citing a threat of the coronavirus from Mexico, the Trump administration has banned hundreds of thousands of people from crossing the southern border with emergency measures that prohibit nonessential traffic and reject asylum seekers without a hearing. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 5, 2020 photo, workers in full protection gear as a precaution against the new coronavirus, unload a coffin that contain the remains of a person who died from the new coronavirus, in an area of the municipal cemetery set apart for victims of COVID-19, in Tijuana, Mexico. Citing a threat of the virus from Mexico, the Trump administration has banned hundreds of thousands of people from crossing the southern border with emergency measures that prohibit nonessential traffic and reject asylum seekers without a hearing. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)

In Mexican border cities, many fear virus is coming from US

In this May 5, 2020 photo, workers in full protection gear as a precaution against the new coronavirus, unload a coffin that contain the remains of a person who died from the new coronavirus, in an area of the municipal cemetery set apart for victims of COVID-19, in Tijuana, Mexico. Citing a threat of the virus from Mexico, the Trump administration has banned hundreds of thousands of people from crossing the southern border with emergency measures that prohibit nonessential traffic and reject asylum seekers without a hearing. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 14, 2020 photo, Dr. Damian Gutierrez, left, and Dr. Miguel Vazquez, left, assess the lungs of a new coronavirus patient, in Tijuana, Mexico. Tijuana hospitals have become swamped with suspected COVID-19 patients. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 14, 2020 photo, Dr. Miguel Vazquez, left, and a medical worker, check the current status of a new coronavirus patient, in Tijuana, Mexico. Citing a threat of the coronavirus from Mexico, the Trump administration has banned hundreds of thousands of people from crossing the southern border with emergency measures that prohibit nonessential traffic and reject asylum seekers without a hearing. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 13, 2020 photo, Dr. Michel Martinez, right, sanitizes her hands before putting on medical gloves, as part of a sanitation protocol, before entering the respiratory evaluation unit in Tijuana, Mexico. Baja California Gov. Jaime Bonilla said in mid-April that the public health system’s doctors in the state were “dropping like flies” because they lacked protective gear. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 14, 2020 photo, a plastic sheet separates an area reserved for the care of COVID-19 patients at a hospital in Tijuana, Mexico. It remains unclear where the first coronavirus cases in Tijuana originated. While the U.S. is one possibility, the city also sees many international visitors and has numerous links with Mexico City, which is by far the hardest-hit place in the country. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 13, 2020 photo, Dr. Abraham Paez reviews the equipment in the respiratory evaluation unit in Tijuana, Mexico. Tijuana hospitals have become swamped with suspected COVID-19 patients. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 13, 2020 photo, Dr. Michel Martinez prepares for a video consultation with a COVID-19 patient in her home home, in Tijuana, Mexico. Citing a threat of the coronavirus from Mexico, the Trump administration has banned hundreds of thousands of people from crossing the southern border with emergency measures that prohibit nonessential traffic and reject asylum seekers without a hearing. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
In this May 5, 2020 photo, workers in full protection gear as a precaution against the new coronavirus, unload a coffin that contain the remains of a person who died from the new coronavirus, in an area of the municipal cemetery set apart for victims of COVID-19, in Tijuana, Mexico. Citing a threat of the virus from Mexico, the Trump administration has banned hundreds of thousands of people from crossing the southern border with emergency measures that prohibit nonessential traffic and reject asylum seekers without a hearing. (AP Photo/Joebeth Terriquez)
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