CLIENTS FROM MEXICO: I was speaking to a friend who owns a limousine company over the weekend. He was on his way to the airport to pick up regular customers who were on their way back from a family vacation. Five Sunday chauffeurs had turned the job down because the customers were returning from Mexico. Has this happened to you?,Are your chauffeurs concerned about contracting the illness from passengers? What do you do in cases like this? My friend jumped in the car and drove himself but not every owner will do this. Let us know where you are located so we can understand what is happening in your area. -- Linda Moore
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