Coffee & Headlines • September 17, 2020

HEADLINES

Canada restricts arrivals due to Covid-19: (Heraldo de México)

The previous article was somewhat sketchy, so please refer to Canada’s official travel restrictions page for more information: (Canada.ca)

Mexico’s Armed Forces Parade took place yesterday in Mexico City, showcasing women: (El Universal)

World Health Organization expects we’ll be wearing face masks until 2022:  (Heraldo de México)

More expectations that cruises will resume in November this year… are they realistic? (Contralinea)

Did trash collectors along Los Muertos Beach go on holiday? Hopefully not: (NoticiasPV)


LEISURE

Mexican engineer to crew in upcoming Latin American mission: (NoticiasPV)

WATCH: Natalia Lafourcade’s celebrated song ‘Hasta la Raíz’ as produced by the non-profit organization Playing for Change, commemorating International Day of the Disappeared: (Playing for Change)

WATCH: Natalia Lafourcade and Omara Portuondo perform cuban composer Frank Domínguez’s most successful composition, ‘Tu me acostumbraste,’ from (1957).


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