Coffee & Headlines • August 13, 2020


Hugo López-Gatell warns of the social implications and judicial risks of making the use of face masks mandatory (Proceso)

A manifestation against femicides in the region took place yesterday (NoticiasPV)

Nayarit Governor Antonio Echevarría confirms his family has Covid-19 (Vallarta Independiente)

The return of international flights to Mexico is complicated due to Covid-19 (Informador)

25% of Mexican tourists are behaving irresponsibly while traveling, survey says (Contralinea)

Do you really have to wash your mask after every use (Vox)

Follow a Russian-backed misinformation effort from start to finish (Yahoo)


Cinemas reopen in Mexico City. Check out this photo essay (El Universal)

Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ will open in Mexico in September (Informador)

A new Broadway musical will premiere on Netflix due to Covid-19 (Engadget)

‘Immigration Nation,’ a docuseries that takes a look at US immigration today (and one that Trump’s administration did not want released until AFTER the election) is now available on Netflix. Watch the trailer: 

Another friendly bear appears in Monterrey neighborhood (Excelsior)

Unusual hotel rooms throughout Mexico you may want to add to your bucket list (El Universal)

Explore the spectacular collection of Puerto Vallarta photographs taken in the early 1950s by Canadian photojournalist Harry Rowed.

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