Coffee & Headlines • August 28, 2020

HEADLINES

Hernán leaves a toll south of Puerto Vallarta (Vallarta Opina)

Hernán also leaves a toll in the Bahía de Banderas municipality (NoticiasPV)

Puerto Vallarta on high alert due to Ameca river levels (Vallarta Opina)

Landslide blocks Puerto Vallarta – Mascota highway temporarily (Tribuna de la Bahía)

Covid-19 pandemic curve continues to decrease in Mexico (Excelsior)

Marina Vallarta install decontamination modules for visitors (Vallarta Opina)

Puerto Vallarta’s lack of hospital resources, highlighted (Vallarta Independiente)

Coca Cola frowns upon new warning labels on food products, seeks injunction (El Universal)

Businesses protest against new junk food laws in Oaxaca (NoticiasPV)

Mexico’s train use for cargo transportation on the rise (Heraldo de México)

Mexico’s Instituto Nacional Electoral (National Election Institute) to investigate political party contributions received by Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s brother, Pío (Proceso)


LEISURE

Learn about Jalisco’s bus discount card program here.

Mexican nationals can obtain their CURP number here.

Foreign residents can obtain information on how to get their CURP number here.

September, Mexico’s independence month, is around the corner (Heraldo de México)

Gloria Estefan, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Thalía to showcase ‘Viva Broadway! Hear Our Voices’ on October 1. (Excelsior)

Did you ever watch ‘The Exorcist’ on the big screen? Your chance to do so is here: (Cinépolis)

Enjoy 7 Things to Do This Weekend, courtesy of The New York Times.

Meet Lady Tres Pesos


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