Coffee & Headlines • July 20, 2020

HEADLINES

This week’s Jalisco Covid-19 numbers were reflected by several national, regional and local news outlets.

Here are this week’s numbers.
A comparison of last week and this week’s numbers.

Recreative areas, public pools and cultural academies, among the businesses allowed to reopen this week (Mural)

Jalisco’s Economic Reactivation website now has health protocols for the new business categories, including bars, although they are not yet able to reopen (Government of Jalisco)

Bar and night club owners will manifest simultaneously in Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta tomorrow at 10 am to be able to reopen (Reporte Diario)

Over 1,000 people spotted at Los Muerto Beach over the weekend (Mural)


LEISURE

Second mural on the small Libramiento tunnel is finished (NoticiasPV)

Americas banned from the Bahamas (Yahoo)

WATCH The history of the world according to cats!

Mark Zuckerber’s sun-screened face becomes a meme (CNET)

Former Mexico President Vicente Fox now sings ‘happy birthday’ for a fee (Vallarta Independiente)

WATCH Candace Shaw’s Copper Canyon Adventure, as promised!


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