Coffee & Headlines • September 8, 2020


Locals frown upon the arrival of ‘Covid-breakers’ to our city: (Vallarta Opina)

Nayarit Governor Antonio Echevarría attends new Punta Mita hotel opening with beaches closed to the public, statewide: (Vallarta Independiente)

No beaches, no Independence Day fiestas, and no alcohol sales for the state of Nayarit: (Vallarta Opina)

Covid-19 cases are dropping but there is concern for increased international flight arrivals: (NoviciasPV)

Mexico’s pandemic curve is flatter than in Argentina, Brazil and Colombia, says Epidemiology Director, José Luis Alomía: (Reforma)

‘Relive Vallarta,’ a new advertising campaign to attract tourism from other Mexico cities, is launched: (Vallarta Opina)

The campaign, apparently, also targets Canada and the US: (Vallarta Independiente)

Bicycle use in Puerto Vallarta is promoted during the month of September: (NoticiasPV)

Ten Mexican governors quit the National Governors Conference (CONAGO) amidst disagreements with AMLO: (Vallarta Independiente)


Here is a source for Mexican Independence face masks: (Facebook)

Watch Kim Kuzma’s performance live this afternoon, to benefit local musicians: (Facebook)

Zoë Lewis and the Social Distancers are back live this coming Thursday: (Facebook)

The New Yorker Festival is coming! Check out the lineup: (New Yorker)

Mexico’s ‘El Buen Fin’ shopping weekend will actually be two weeks long: (Informador)

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