Coffee & Headlines • November 16, 2020

From today’s broadcast:


Jalisco is still in ‘orange’ in the federal Covid-19 stoplight: (Vallarta Independiente)

27 jailed in Guanajuato for not wearing face masks: (El Universal)

Mexico tops one million Covid-19 cases: (El Universal)

‘We can’t even feed ourselves,’ say tabasqueños affected by the floods: (El Universal)

Marines rescue and adopt a dog struggling to stay alive and afloat: (El Universal)

Former Nayarit Governor Roberto Sandoval has fled the country, apparently: (Vallarta Independiente)

AMLO asks Roberto Sandoval to turn himself in: (Vallarta Independiente)

The Environment and Natural Resources Secretary authorized construction of Los Arcos breakwater: (Mural)


What are people shopping for during ‘El Buen Fin’? Clothes, shoes, TV screens… and booze! (El Universal)

People flood stores and shopping centers in Puerto Vallarta due to ‘El Buen Fin.’ (Contralinea)

New laws on how much marijuana can you carry with you without breaking the law in Mexico expected to be announced on Wednesday: (El Universal)

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2 thoughts on “Coffee & Headlines • November 16, 2020

  1. I didn’t get to see the show live.

    Just heard someone has books available. If there are any appreciate for children or teenagers, the Vallarta Abuelos would be very grateful to receive.

    We do English classes twice a week for kids from 6-16 years old. Do elementary through high school.

    The Vallarta Abuelos is all volunteers. I invite you to visit our Facebook page and send a private message.



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