Hugo López-Gatell hopes that Jalisco will align with the federal Covid-19 stoplight moving forward: (Vallarta Independiente)
Mexico coronavirus map indicates that CDMX, Nuevo León and the State of Mexico have the highest number of active cases: (Infobae)
35 percent of bars in Jalisco will close permanently: (Vallarta Independiente)
Seven vaccines may become available for trials in Mexico: (Informador)
Online searches for Puerto Vallarta among prospective tourists increased 50% during the past month, says study: (Vallarta Opina)
Nayarit receives more tourism despite restrictions: (Vallarta Opina)
Puerto Vallarta’s Tourism Office announces bilingual prosecutor’s office in Marina Vallarta: (NoticiasPV)
One of the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students could be alive: (El Universal)
Majahuita’s new Beach Club, featured in national media: (Heraldo de México)
For more information, visit Majahuita’s new Beach Club on Facebook.
Mexico City to start using electric tricycles as taxis: (Excelsior)
Did you know that Coffee & Headlines community member Raymond Dunn is the owner of Artisan Bakery in Versalles? Check them out on Facebook.
Vallarta Abuelos distributed 800 backpacks with school supplies. We are so proud to have been part of this effort by bringing it up in one of our recent broadcasts. Thank you, Linda Vasquez, for sharing the outcome with the Coffee & Headlines Community!
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