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May 13, 2020
When “Pay de Limón” enters a room, the atmosphere immediately changes. On his face it seems that he always has a smile, his playful personality does not allow him to relive his sad past. This dog, now 9 years old, is one of the victims of organized crime in Mexico. In 2011, when he was...
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Hotels in Puerto Vallarta are hoping to start activities on June 1, with the announcement by Governor Enrique Alfaro that hotels and motels can begin operations on May 18 with restrictions, closing common areas of the hotel, such as restaurants, lounges and pools. Álvaro Garcíarce Monraz, president of the Puerto Vallarta Hotel and Motel Association,...
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The Jalisco government announced the start of Phase Zero of the reactivation of economic activities for Monday, May 18 in the industrial, trade, and services sectors. They can open hair salons by appointment, hotels, and motels, but without using common areas, as well as nurseries, hardware stores, neighborhood stores, furniture stores, craft workshops, and shops...
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The Ministry of Health (SSa) reported this Wednesday, May 13, that the accumulated COVID-19 infections are 40,186, a growth of 1,862 new cases in the past day. Furthermore, since the beginning of the epidemic, Mexico has suffered 4,220 fatalities, 294 more from yesterday. Puerto Vallarta added two more cases of COVID-19 and one more death...
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According to historians, pandemics have two types of end: the medical, which occurs when incidence and death rates plummet, and the social, when the epidemic of fear of disease decreases. “When people ask ‘When will this be over?’ they ask about the social distancing,” says Jeremy Greene, medical historian at Johns Hopkins. In other words,...
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The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, presents the reopening plan, after the COVID-19 quarantine is lifted. “Today the economic, social, and cultural reopening plan is presented, that is, how we will return to the new normal. The economic, social and cultural reopening plan will be widely publicized so that everyone knows it,” said...
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A Mexican nursing supervisor who touched the hearts of the nation when she made a tearful appeal for respect for health care professionals said Tuesday she has tested positive for the new coronavirus. Fabiana Zepeda is the head of nursing for the Mexican Social Security Institute. The institute republished a Tweet from her account, saying...
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More Mexican steaks and other beef cuts are headed north of the border after the coronavirus outbreak has hobbled U.S. meat processing plants, potentially offsetting fears of shortages affecting businesses from fast-food chains to grocery stores but angering American ranchers. The Mexican industry chalks up the export growth to new safety measures adopted by plants,...
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