Could it be that Mexico City is hard-up for travelers? The other day the Minister of Tourism announced that, as of August 1, any visitor to the D.F. will automatically receive a free medical insurance policy, which includes coverage in case of swine flu. But that's not all: the policy also covers any kind of illness, accident, dental emergencies, shipping of dead bodies to funeral parlors, and legal assistance for stolen or lost documents. At the same press conference, the president of the Mexico City Hotel Owners' Association said that members reported occupancy at 60 per cent, more or less the level before the swine flu scare. The insurer is the Spanish underwriter Mapfre.