Coffee & Headlines • August 27, 2020

HEADLINES

Well! It turns out hotels cannot receive 50% occupancy on weekends, just yet (Vallarta Independiente)

Nayarit hotels get a memo from the Civil Protection Department: beaches are closed (Vallarta Opina)

Local police continue to monitor public spaces to prevent an increase in Covid-19 cases (Contralinea)

Local restaurant recovery is not as good as hoped during the Summer months (Vallarta Opina)

Expect more rain and high tides these days, courtesy of Tropical Storm ‘Hernán’ (Heraldo de México)


LEISURE

visitmexico.com is back in business!

Mexico City theaters allowed to reopen today with restrictions (Excelsior)

That said, theater producers see this as more of a ‘first call’ as they optimize the performance spaces (Excelsior)

A new performance venue in Puerto Vallarta is in the works (Excelsior)

Guadalajara welcomes a new US consul (Informador)

WATCH: Netflix’ ‘Taco Chronicles’ returns with a second season on Mexican Independence Day (September 15). Here’s the trailer!


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