Coffee & Headlines • September 1, 2020

HEADLINES

Hotels will be able to operate at 50 percent in September, apparently (Vallarta Independiente)

As reported earlier, there will be no long weekends in September (Excelsior)

September is National Will and Testament Month in Mexico (gob.mx)

Learn about your last will and testament as a foreigner in Mexico (MexLaw)

AstraZeneca begins Covid-19 trials in the US (Proceso)

This year’s flu (AH1N1) vaccine is now available in Mexico (Excelsior)

That said, do we have enough medical personnel to distribute and apply it? (Jornada)

Despite switching to ‘orange,’ Nayarit will keep cinemas and gyms closed (Vallarta Independiente)

Most states could be in the ‘green’ by October, says Hugo López-Gatell (Proceso)

Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador delivered his second Informe Presidencial (State of the Union Address) this morning (Heraldo de México)

Watch AMLO’s Informe Presidencial on YouTube.

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro announces alliances with Colorado Governor, Jared Polis (Facebook)

Read more about the Jalisco-Colorado alliance here (Denver Post)

Jalisco and Nayarit continue with only one primary access road (Vallarta Independiente)

Vallarta Food Bank stays busy during the rain season (Facebook)


LEISURE

If you loved the film ‘Amadeus,’ you will love the making-of documentary

La Isla shopping mall tries to lure customers (Vallarta Opina)

Malecón restaurants launch promotional campaign (NoticiasPV)

Learn more about the Malecón promotional campaign by visiting their Facebook page.

Watch Marvel’s touching tribute to Chadwick Boseman (CNET)


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