Coffee & Headlines • July 9, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Last day for the Covid-19 vaccination campaign for folks in their 30s is today.

There are 17,000 vaccines leftover from 30s vaccination campaign—only 10K were used.

Vaccines for folks 18+ are expected this coming week in Puerto Vallarta.

Local business community commits to preventing a pandemic setback in Puerto Vallarta.

Covid-19 spike in Puerto Vallarta, not a result of political campaigns, say health authorities.

Covid-19 spike in Puerto Vallarta, a result of family gatherings and parties, say health authorities.

Governor Alfaro shares talking points from his meeting with AMLO.

Local restaurants under the spotlight due to the current spike in Covid-19 cases in town.

Interjet founder Miguel Alemán Magnani is wanted by the authorities for fiscal fraud.


In commemoration of Garbage Collector Day, there will be no garbage collection on Saturday night and Sunday morning.

A new ballet company, the Ballet Metropolitano de Guadalajara, is founded in said city.

The Puebla CANIRAC (restaurant association) chapter will be commemorating the 200 anniversary of Mexico’s emblematic dish, ‘chiles en nogada.’

The Los Muertos Pier gets some TLC, finally!

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