Coffee & Headlines • June 23, 2020

HEADLINES

The main throughway along the Malecón reopens (Vallarta Opina)

1,300 tourists stayed at hotel rooms in Puerto Vallarta this past weekend (Contralinea)

Of 661 Covid-19 cases reported locally, 358 have recovered (NoticiasPV)

Public transportation safety continues to be a problem and a major source of Covid-19 cases (Vallarta Independiente)

Jalisco, among the safest states to visit due to its sanitary protocols (Heraldo de México)

Campeche is sixth Mexican destination to receive “travel safety stamp” endorsement by the World Travel & Tourism Council (Heraldo de México)

World Health Organization calls for worldwide increased production of dexamethasone (Heraldo de México)

Coparmex (Mexico’s workers’ union) joins in protest against Rio Pitillal ecocide (Contralinea)


LEISURE

Wired presents their choice of six-word stories for the month. Imagine an apocalypse with a happy ending (Wired)

LISTEN: Vox announces seven-part podcast on Netflix:

Want to watch a Netflix movie distantly with your friends? This article show you how to do it (MakeUseOf)


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