Coffee & Headlines • July 17, 2020


Puerto Vallarta prepares for upcoming protocols to reopen new business categories, but no bars, yet (NoticiasPV)

Marina Vallarta Neighborhood Association partners with authorities to enforce guidelines (Contralinea)

Unibus bus drivers reported for driving without masks and with symptoms (Vallarta Opina)

Nayarit, third state in the country with highest mobility rate (Vallarta Independiente)

Burger King shut down in Tepic shopping center (NoticiasPV)

Ley, Walmart and Sams shut down in Nayarit for not following sanitary guidelines (NoticiasPV)

How well do masks work? (PBS)

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro delivers Giovanni López files to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Jornada)

Alfaro claims to have evidence about political infiltration during recent Guadalajara demonstrations (Vallarta Independiente)

An open letter to gay men on Covid-19 from 205 gay physicians (Towleroad)

Stories of hope and resilience from Covid-19 survivors (PBS)

The White House’s campaign against Anthony Fauci is a symptom of a bigger problem (Vox)


Three Riviera Nayarit hotels mentioned in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards (Riviera Nayarit)

Airbnb was like a family, until the layoffs started:

State and local tourism authorities now betting on the winter for tourism return (Vallarta Opina)

Seven things to do this weekend from The New York Times:

Zoom launches hardware device for group conference calls (Informador)

What comes after Zoom fatigue (Vox)

The United Arab Emirates is about to launch its first-ever mission to mars (Forbes)

Visit the UAE Space Agency website for details:

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