Coffee & Headlines • September 29, 2020

HEADLINES

Hospital occupation decreases while tourism arrival increases: (Vallarta Opina)

Local hotels prepare to increase occupation: (Contralinea)

City Hall begins major local street repair program: (NoticiasPV)

5,000 Mexicans will participate in Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine trial: (NoticiasPV)

No one will be protected in Ayotzinapa case, says Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador: (El Universal)

AMLO asks to place key Ayotzinapa witnesses under witness protection: (Informador)


LEISURE

Despite pandemic, film and TV production continues in Puerto Vallarta: (Vallarta Opina)

Los Horcones river will continue to be protected by local residents: (Vallarta Opina)

More crocodile sightings in local beaches: (NoticiasPV)

Sanissimo brand reacts to comments regarding their ‘healthy’ products: (Heraldo de México)

Food stands return to Pitillal plaza: (Vallarta Opina)

Tourists disregard guidelines and pose for photos along the Malecón sculptures: (Vallarta Opina)

Make way for #LordPizza! (Heraldo de México)

Five parrots are placed in isolation at Lincolnshire, UK zoo for cursing at visitors! Here’s the news item and watch me find YouTube videos about them just to find out what the fuss was about! (Heraldo de México)


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