Coffee & Headlines • May 29, 2020


As the New Normal begins, Health Secretary Jorge Alcocer asks for population to maintain sanitary guidelines to limit the spread of Covid-19 (Informador)

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro to meet with Puerto Vallarta hotel industry representatives this coming week (Vallarta Independiente)

Fake ‘Fase Cero’ certification stickers spotted online (Vallarta Independiente)

Mixed opinions arise regarding a public demonstration scheduled for Puerto Vallarta tomorrow, concerning our ability to go about our business (Contralinea)


World Health Organization teams up with Minions and Gru to show how people can stay safe from Covid-19:

Watching US TV the way it was meant to be (CNET)

A new independent sci-fi drama has been released on Amazon Prime. Is it right for you? (VOX)

A soup making machine? Really? (Wired)

NY Times’ guide to things to do at home this weekend:

NASA’s Jim Bridenstine talks ahead of SpaceX launch tomorrow (PBS)

In case you expect to win a Golden Globe, do not accept roles in which your face is covered! (Informador)

Remember to join the Puerto Vallarta Virtual Pride group to enjoy all the live broadcasts that will be available to enjoy June 8-14.

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