I left from ZLO. I got the antigen nose swab test before my flight that day. Results took 30 minutes, 450 pesos. I filled out a short questionnaire at the lab there. I was also asked to fill out another health questionnaire in the airport at a separate table that was set up.
I brought both these documents to the ticketing agent who looked at the test result form and handed it back to me. I checked my bag to LA, which was not my final destination but I had to overnight there.
On arrival in LAX I went through a busy immigration line. I wasn't asked for any Covid related documents. The agent asked me if I had been exposed to the virus. I didn't go through customs which I thought was strange.
The next day I took my short flight to my final Ca destination.
Return trip - I was told I needed to have a Covid test so got one the day before my flight at a kiosk set up at Oakland airport. Free, self nose swab. It was convenient for me to get it at this location, although I was flying out of SFO the next day. I easily set up my appt online.
I read on the Alaska website, and was told by the Alaska agent at the gate in SFO, that I would need to complete a health questionnaire for my arrival in Puerto Vallarta. This form was available by code on my iPhone, and after several attempts I completed it.
My flight was an unusual direct flight from SFO to PVR. I was not asked at any time by anyone to produce either results of my test, or the health questionnaire.
As Kurt Vonnegut wrote, "Go figure".
That's my story for what it's worth.
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