Coffee & Headlines • July 25, 2020

HEADLINES

Nayarit is the most affected state, economically speaking, due to the pandemic (Vallarta Independiente)

Non-essential businesses in the Bahía de Banderas Municipality must now close at 3 pm (Vallarta Independiente)

New estimation of when Covid-19 will peak in Jalisco is September 14 (Contralinea)

Local condos now being shamed for not following sanitary guidelines (NoticiasPV)

Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is not leading by example when it comes to face masks (Informador)

CDC seeking public input on cruising’s restart (Yahoo)

Coronavirus six months later—everything we know right now (CNET)


LEISURE

Construction of Mexico’s inter-oceanic train continues (Excelsior)

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s powerful speech against misogyny in Congress was long overdue (Vox)

‘Just get off the plane,’ they told her… (Heraldo de México)

Canadian CDC endorses ‘glory holes’ as a way to have safe sex during the pandemic (DListed)

SpaceX Starlink satellites are photo-bombing shots of Comet NEOWISE (CNET)

Norwegian Elvis impersonator sings for 50 hours nonstop, beats world record, and we missed it! (Excelsior)

LISTEN: Blockbuster is an amazing podcast! Season 2 features Story of James Cameron, from his early Hollywood days to Titanic. Visit their website to listen on your favorite podcast platform!


Don’t forget to join us tomorrow for Sunday Funday, with our friend, orchestra conductor, composer and pianist Miguel Almaguer!


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