Day

May 19, 2020
A couple was arrested on Monday afternoon in Puerto Vallarta for violating the blockade that municipal authorities installed on the Malecon in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. According to what the detainees, Daniel N. and Ilse Janet N, wanted to take a photograph, however, they were caught crossing the blockade by the police officers...
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The Ministry of Health (SSa) reported this Tuesday, May 19, that the accumulated COVID-19 infections are 54,346, adding 2,713 new cases today. Today marks the most confirmed cases of the virus in a single day, with the previous record being 2,409 on May 14. Furthermore, since the beginning of the epidemic, Mexico has suffered 5,666...
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A Mexican judge has provisionally suspended an official order that froze the opening of new renewable power plants and sparked complaints from some of Mexico’s main allies, including the European Union, judicial sources said on Tuesday. In a decision dated May 18 and seen by Reuters, the judge said the April 29 order by market...
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The boisterous music – usually heard at family celebrations and raucous birthdays – bursts through the eerily quiet streets of Colombia’s capital, Bogota. The mariachis have arrived. As the Andean country waits out two months of a national coronavirus quarantine, musicians playing the traditionally Mexican genre are lugging guitars, trumpets, violins, speakers and microphones to...
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One of the economic sectors hardest hit by the health emergency caused by COVID-19 is tourism. Due to mobility restrictions to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus, this industry loses 114 jobs per hour across the country. This is data reported by the Tourism Research and Competitiveness Center (Cicotur) of the Anahuac University, which...
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Beyond the hot spots of Brazil and Mexico, the coronavirus is threatening to overwhelm Latin American cities stretching from Chile to the Colombian Amazon in an alarming sign that the pandemic may be only at the start of its destructive march through the region. More than 90% of intensive care beds were full last week...
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A registry of death certificates in Mexico City suggests there were 4,577 cases where doctors mentioned coronavirus or COVID-19 as a possible or probable cause of death, more than three times the official death toll in the city. The federal government acknowledges only 1,332 confirmed deaths in Mexico City since the pandemic began, less than...
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