After closing the border to Mexican tourists for nearly 20 months due to COVID-19 restrictions, the border finally reopened this week. However, the expected large number of visitors was not so great, as very few people crossed in the first days of the opening of the border.
Although estimates, up to a few hours before the bridges reopen, suggested that the lines of passenger and vehicle traffic might be different from anything locals had ever seen, there was instead very modest traffic on Bridges I and II on Monday and through Thursday .
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