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When the coronavirus epidemic began to intensify in Mexico at the end of March, Doctor Jose Garcia said his bosses at a public trauma hospital in Mexico City denied his request for masks, gloves and disinfectant. They argued such protective equipment was only necessary for those working directly with coronavirus patients, Garcia said. Unconvinced, he...
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The local congress of Oaxaca approved the reform of the Law on the Rights of Girls, Boys and Adolescents to prohibit the sale, gift, distribution or promotion of junk food to minors. This Wednesday, August 5, becomes a historic day for all of Mexico, since the LXIV Legislature of Oaxaca becomes the first in the...
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During the recent pandemic of COVID-19, we have experienced distancing and isolation to try and keep contagion to a minimum. The pandemic has not only affected our work, school, and overall day-to-day life, but it has also has taken a toll on our health. Feelings like anxiety, stress, frustration, and sometimes even fear has increased...
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Mexico’s government will create a state-run medicine distribution agency and will sign an agreement with the United Nations to purchase cheaper drugs and vaccines on the international market, the country’s president said on Thursday. “This means breaking up the monopoly of companies that had control in Mexico. They sold medications that were expensive, of poor...
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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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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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Lawmakers in Mexico City on Friday voted to ban conversion therapy, part of a small but growing movement to end the practice of trying to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. Under Mexico City’s proposal, which needs further approval before taking effect, anyone who forces someone to undergo the practice can be punished...
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In Jalisco, dengue infections continue to grow despite daily spraying at sites considered to be sources of infection. According to the latest report from the Federal Ministry of Health, the State confirmed 968 cases and 5,611 probable cases. In one week, 82 patients entered the official registry. In the same period last year, 422 patients...
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Despite the efforts of the state government and $117.4 million pesos invested between the prevention and control of dengue, Jalisco reported an increase in cases in the last week that took it to first place in the country with 875 cases. Just yesterday, the Jalisco Health Secretariat ( SSJ ) confirmed the first death of...
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The 16th edition of Restaurant Week is set to take place between September 15 and October 10, 2020. The event is organized by Vallarta Lifestyles Media Group with the support of the Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) and Puerto Vallarta tourism institutions. Restaurant Week celebrates the gastronomy of Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera...
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Intravenous therapy is excellent for disease prevention and body recovery. It is a specific technique for the administration of liquid vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants directly and continuously into the bloodstream. People have become more aware of their health recently and seek the highest level of well-being, through exercise, a healthy diet, and quality vitamin supplements;...
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In Mexico, dengue infections increased in the first half of the year. Compared to January 1 to June 15, 2019, and 2020, the positive cases went from 2,882 to 4,045. And the worst infection period comes with the arrival of the rains and the proliferation of the transmitting mosquito. However, the National Center for Preventive...
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Six months after the first case of coronavirus became known in China, a consensus begins to form in science about how people get infected. Contrary to what was originally believed, there are many researchers who claim that it is rare to get coronavirus by contacting a contaminated surface, as well as during a fleeting and...
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning about a Mexican-made hand sanitizer gel that it said is dangerous because it contains large amounts of poisonous methanol, or wood alcohol. The FDA said the methanol “can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or ingested,” and recommended consumers dispose of nine brands of...
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The Trayfler company from Oaxaca, Mexico, and a team of almost 150 workers and 100 engineers collaborated in the construction of the first mobile hospital by the company. The trailer is made up of 12 beds, an operating room and an infirmary in an expandable trailer that will attend to COVID-19 patients in the United...
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