Welcome to the technical meltdown episode!
144 local businesses have been shut down for not abiding by Covid-19 guidelines, according to local authorities (Contralinea)
Local bars try to use their restaurant license to attempt to survive during the pandemic (Contralinea)
The Marine Secretary alerted of a possible source of Covid-19 infections at the La Cruz de Huanacaxtle seafood market (Vallarta Opina)
Two conflicting news about Airbnb:
- El Heraldo says they are looking to reactivate services following sanitary protocol and paying taxes.
- Mural says they are trying to contest the responsibility of paying their taxes
Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro tests negative for Covid-19 (Excelsior)
AMLO accepts differences with Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro, but not as far as security is concerned (Heraldo de Mexico)
Municipal offices implement staggered schedules. Call ahead to make sure they are open! (Contralinea)
Comet Neowise news are much bigger than I knew! (Yahoo)
Beautiful views of Comet Neowise from the International Space Station (Yahoo)
More background information about Comet Neowise (Neowise)
Consider ‘Mexican Gothic,’ a new novel that explores the true evil in colonialism (Vox)
Add Isla Coral in Nayarit to your local exploration bucket list (Riviera Nayarit)
San Miguel de Allende reopens for business (Enroute)
Panchito is back, but they won’t tell us where, and this is good (Excelsior)
National Symphony Orchestra to perform Stravinsky, Rachmaninoff and Mussorgsky tomorrow evening at 8 pm (Contigo en la Distancia)
Zoë Lewis performs her 17th live show, and the last one for a while. Watch her this afternoon (Facebook)
Boycotts show us what matters to Americans (Vox)
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