An outbreak of COVID-19 in Mexico has been traced back to 400 travelers who recently chartered planes to Vail. Bloomberg reports that the Colorado ski destination — and now, a COVID-19 hotspot — is known for being popular among Mexican skiers.
Several travelers who returned from Vail have already tested positive for the new coronavirus, including three high-profile businessmen. The chairman of the Mexican stock exchange, Jaime Ruiz Sacristan, and Jose Kuri, a relative of billionaire Carlos Slim — tested positive after returning from Vail on a private jet.
Eagle County, where Vail is located, has 39 cases of COVID-19.
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