Coffee & Headlines • April 30, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Pandemic has been on a decreasing trend for three months, says Hugo López-Gatell.

We are not near ‘herd immunity’ yet, he added.

Here’s a quick primer on herd immunity, in case you need one, from the CDC.

Teacher vaccination in Puerto Vallarta advances smoothly.

More vaccines arrive in Mexico.

Nayarit still unclear about returning to classes.

Vallarta Opina founder Luis Reyes Brambila dies. He was 73.


65 percent of Mexicans are planning to travel in the next six months.

Venustiano Carranza St. in Emiliano Zapata closed until May 1 due to waterworks improvements.

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