Coffee & Headlines • July 29, 2020

HEADLINES

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro addresses the state, will make definitive decision about possible closedown on Thursday (Tribuna de la Bahía)

Local authorities attempt to raise awareness about Covid-19 safety measures, but are not always successful (Contralinea)

Almost 140,000 formal jobs will be lost if the state of Jalisco goes into a 14-day shutdown (Vallarta Independiente)

Meeting tourism in Puerto Vallarta is on standby (Contralinea)

Some local taxi cabs receive ‘Covid-Free’ certification (Vallarta Opina)

Marina Vallarta restaurants report slight improvement in sales thanks to tourism increase (Vallarta Opina)

Jalisco’s Prosecutor Office reports that only three of the tourists that were ‘lifted’ in Fluvial are still missing, the rest were released (Contralinea)

Fluvial lacks video surveillance equipment (Contralinea)

WATCH the actual kidnapping, captured on video (NoticiasPV)


LEISURE

Emmys 2020: The nominees for the best TV of the year (Vox)

Six winners and three losers from the 2020 Emmy nominations (Vox)

Amazon Prime Video channels will add a new PBS documentary channel (Cord Cutters)

Get to know the new $20 peso coin (Heraldo de México)

Blue Flag beach certifications in Puerto Vallarta decrease when compared to past years (Contralinea)

Learn more about Blue Flag by visiting their website.

Puerto Vallarta Tourism Bureau hires YouTube influencers to promote the destination (Vallarta Opina)

Mexico’s prestigious Cervantino Festival will only last five days, and will be available online (Música en México)


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