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July 23, 2020
Feeding 100 Families was created in an effort to help some of the most vulnerable families in Puerto Vallarta and Bahia de Banderas, who have been terribly affected by the Covid 19 Pandemic. For those who’ve had the pleasure to visit Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and/or those who live here permanently, we can agree that the...
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The Mexican Health authorities reported this Thursday that there were 718 new deaths and 8,438 new infections by COVID -19 in the last 24 hours, for a cumulative of 41,908 deaths and 370,712 infections since the start of the pandemic in the country on February 28. Today marks the first time that Mexico has recorded...
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In addition to COVID-19, Jalisco is plagued by another crisis that is intensifying: that of dengue. Up to the last report, cases increased by 125, bringing the total to 1,203 cases, which is double that of last year at this point of the season. In 2019, on the same date, there were 581 cases. There...
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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Wednesday downplayed the importance of wearing face masks during the pandemic, calling his treasury secretary’s assertion that using them would be a factor in reactivating the economy “disproportionate.” López Obrador had never been seen publicly wearing a mask until he flew to Washington earlier this month to meet...
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The countries that top the rankings of COVID-19 deaths globally are not the poorest, the richest or even the most densely populated. But they do have one thing in common: They are led by populist, mold-breaking leaders. Populism in politics means pushing policies that are popular with “the people,” not the elites and the experts....
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