Coffee & Headlines • July 8, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Mexico enters the third wave of Covid-19 pandemic.

With 8,507 more Covid-19 cases in Mexico reported yesterday, we revert to where we were back in February.

There will be no more restrictions in local nightlife, but vigilance will increase.

Restaurant association calls for owners to send their workers to get vaccinated.

One million SinoVac vaccines arrive in Mexico.

Abortion for rape victims in Mexico becomes legal.

37 Puebla students test positive after returning from a graduation trip in Cancun.

The past three municipal Movimiento Ciudadano will be audited by the federal government.

Puerto Vallarta expects 75 percent hotel occupancy during summer vacation period.


The town of Sisal, Yucatán, refuses to become a ‘Pueblo Mágico.’

The Vallarta Azteca Folkloric Dance Troupe sends postcards from Russia.

Why America embraced Whitney Houston, and how it destroyed her (IN ENGLISH).

Mexican dad adorned his vehicle to celebrate his daughter’s graduation in a parents parade. But it’s not a car!

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