Coffee & Headlines • July 27, 2020

HEADLINES

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro could activate the emergency button this week (Vallarta Independiente)

A two-week diminishing Covid-19 pattern is encouraging, says Hugo López Gatell (Vallarta Independiente)

Local police works in conjunction with the Marina Vallarta Neighborhood Association to patrol beaches (Contralinea)

Leaving your nose uncovered defeats the purpose of wearing a mask, study reveals (NBCDFW)

These countries are most at risk from falling tourism (World Economic Forum)

Cruise ship with 1,200 guests sets sail for the first time since industry shutdown (NY Daily News)

Grupo Reforma leaks the news of the ‘massive kidnapping’ in Fluvial Vallarta (NoticiasPV)

Jalisco’s Prosecution Office holds press conference about the event, claims no reports have been filed (Vallarta Opina)

Puerto Vallarta Mayor Arturo Dávalos acknowledges ‘an incident’ in Fluvial (Informador)

Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador kickstarts the new interoceanic train project (Jornada)


LEISURE

US Congress is gearing up to grill the CEOs of Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple (Yahoo)

Bugs Bunny Turns 80 (Informador)

News about local cyclists claiming paths on the street make local headlines (NoticiasPV)


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