Houston couple stranded in Mexico after testing positive for COVID-19 on anniversary trip
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Houston couple stranded in Mexico after testing positive for COVID-19 on anniversary trip

Starting in January 2021, the CDC began requiring travelers to have a negative COVID-19 test in order to get back into the country. Now, with vaccines on the rise and COVID-19 cases trending downward, travel companies say people have been booking trips to foreign countries once again.

But, a lot of people are now finding themselves stuck in other countries after testing positive for the virus including Houston resident Antonio Delgado who said he was stranded after he and his wife traveled to Mexico for their anniversary.

Per the CDC, no one is able to fly into the U.S. until cleared by a doctor or proof of a negative test three days prior to travel. In cases like Delgado’s, travelers have been told to isolate between 10 to 14 days in…

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