Coffee & Headlines • September 21, 2020


US borders with Canada, Mexico to remain closed through Oct. 21: (Yahoo)

Mexico experiences the lowest morbidity rate since the pandemic began: (Infobae)

Morbidity in Mexico in a decreasing tendency for ten consecutive weeks: (Proceso)

Hugo López-Gatell considering the possibility of another lockdown should numbers rise again in October: (Heraldo de México)

Rehabilitation of lateral roads along Fco. Medina Ascencio will take three months: (Contralinea)

Governor Enrique Alfaro visits the El Salado Estuary to present an improvement project: (Contralinea)

No construction will take place at El Salado, says biologist Jaime Torres: (Vallarta Opina)

Reforestation begins along the banks of río Pitillal: (Contralinea)

‘Anti-chancla’ law protecting children against physical discipline actions goes into effect in Jalisco: (Informador)

Excessive rain floods Vidanta’s grounds where the construction of a new amusement park is taking place: (Vallarta Opina)


Learn more about El Salado Estuary by visiting their official website.

Is that Lady Tacos de Canasta in Lady Gaga’s latest video? (Heraldo de México)

WATCH: Lady Gaga’s latest music video, ‘911,’ to decide for yourself. (HINT: it happens at 2:44)

Watch the video below and support Paul Crist’s fundraising efforts to help feed local families by visiting GoFundMe.

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