Coffee & Headlines • August 6, 2020

HEADLINES

The state of Oaxaca approves landmark law forbidding the sale of sugar abundant carbonated beverages and junk food to minors (Proceso)

“One thing is to legislate, another is for people to follow the law,” commented Hugo López-Gatell, praising the new Oaxaca law (Proceso)

Mexico’s food-related associations, chambers and such react to the Oaxaca legislation (El Universal)

Seven Mexican states show increasing covid cases. Jalisco is NOT one of them (Heraldo de México)

Mexico’s Tourism Secretary Miguel Torruco Marqués to meet with the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association to develop cruise ship return strategy (Vallarta Opina)

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro supports Talpalpa’s mandate to institute curfew (Informador)

That said, Tapalpa Mayor Luz Elvira Manzano Ochoa has a change of heart regarding curfew (Informador)


LEISURE

Plácido Domingo recovers from Covid-19, vows to clear his name from sexual harassment accusations (Informador)

Here are five Spanish plays you can stream from home featuring outstanding Mexican stage actors (Heraldo de México)

Interjet increases national flights by 88 percent (Contralinea)

Classical music attracts older audiences. Good. (The New York Times)

Get ready for Ridley Scott’s new creepy android series on HBO Max (Engadget)

Puerto Vallarta’s Green Patrol captures large snake trapped in car in Palmar de Aramara (NoticiasPV)


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