Is the coronavirus losing potency?

The new coronavirus is losing its potency and has become much less lethal, a senior Italian doctor said on Sunday. “In reality, the virus clinically no longer exists in Italy,” said Alberto Zangrillo, the head of the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan in the northern region of Lombardy, which has borne the brunt of Italy’s...
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Kim Kuzma Presents ‘Music Has No Borders II’ Online May 31st

Vallarta’s ‘Diva of Song,’ Kim Kuzma and her PV band will once again join together online ( Facebook & Instagram) to bring Mexico and Canada to your home for their concert, “Music Has No Borders II.” You can enjoy this show on Sunday, May 31st at 7 pm (PV time), featuring all different songs. Be...
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Jalisco moves to second place for dengue cases in Mexico

The number of registered dengue cases place Jalisco in second place with 390 confirmed cases in week 21, just below Veracruz, where 793 cases are reported, according to the Federal Health Secretariat (SSA) through the Special Dengue Epidemiological Surveillance System. This Wednesday, Melva Herrera Godina, a professor in the public health department of the University...
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Documentary focuses on unlikely champion of Mexican cuisine

If you add garlic to your guacamole, we have bad news: You’re not doing it right. Do you mince the onion? That’s also a no-no. And, please, leave the avocado lumpy. So says 97-year-old Diana Kennedy, a foremost authority on traditional Mexican cuisine. Over many decades, she has mastered, documented and become fiercely protective of...
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Costa Rica becomes first Central American country to legalize gay marriage

Costa Rica became the first country in Central America to legalize gay marriage on Tuesday, when a court ruling recognized that right, although the date did not have the expected celebrations due to the covid-19 pandemic. The entry on the law was received with an announcement on public television and social networks that reviewed the...
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Asymptomatic individual with COVID-19 can infect up to 400 people, UAQ study

A person infected with SARS-COV-2 but without symptoms can infect up to 400 individuals, as revealed by a study by the Autonomous University of Querétaro (UAQ). “An individual can infect, in a month, 256 people with social distancing practices, and the number rises to 406 when the individual goes out to buy food or for...
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Mexico to supply hydroxychloroquine to 20,000 outpatients of coronavirus

In its fight to contain the health crisis of the coronavirus in Mexico, the Ministry of Health will supply hydroxychloroquine to 20,000 outpatients of coronavirus starting next week. It is a treatment to combat other autoimmune diseases, and the Federal Commission for the Protection against Health Risks (Cofepris) has already authorized the Ssa to administer...
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Princeton University study shows that warmer weather will not limit the spread of COVID-19

It is unlikely that higher summer temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere limit the spread of the coronavirus, according to a report released Monday by Princeton University in the United States. Numerous statistical studies conducted in recent months have shown an existing correlation between climate and pandemic, specifically that the warmer and more humid the environment,...
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Medics around the world face hostility over virus stigma

Dr. Dina Abdel-Salam watched in terror last month as scores of strangers gathered under the balcony of her aunt’s empty apartment in the Egyptian city of Ismailia, where she’d temporarily sheltered after leaving her elderly parents at home to protect them from exposure to the coronavirus. The crowd called out her name, hurling threats until...
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Mexico sees deadliest year for LGBT+ people in five years

Mexico is seeing a surge of extreme violence toward LGBT+ people in its deadliest year in half a decade, a leading rights group said on Friday, citing cases of victims brutally stabbed and brazenly killed in public. In 2019, 117 lesbian, gay, bi and trans people were killed in Mexico, up almost a third compared...
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“Smoking can aggravate COVID-19 damage” will be a new warning printed on cigarette packs in Mexico

“Smoking can aggravate the damage caused by COVID-19,” is one of the new messages that, by official mandate in Mexico, must appear on cigarette packs and tobacco product packages as of December 1 of this year. According to what was published by the Ministry of Health, in December of this year four new pictograms will...
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Cases of dengue increase in Jalisco, 56% higher than 2019

Jalisco ranked third nationally in dengue incidence, registering 106 new cases, accumulating 295 people with the disease during week 19 of epidemiological surveillance. The number of dengue cases in Jalisco represents an increase of 56 percent compared to the same period last year, where 189 infected people were reported. 2,274 probable cases were also reported,...
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