Coffee & Headlines • October 30, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Have a look at the latest National Covid-19 stoplight indicator!

81 percent of adults in Mexico have received their Covid-19 vaccines.

Increased security patrolling began in Puerto Vallarta yesterday and will continue indefinitely.

Turns out the city’s licensing department never approved the patron saint celebration that took place a couple days ago. Or did they?

Turns out Puerto Vallarta Mayor Luis Michel didn’t even know that such a celebration took place, either!

Governor Alfaro appoints former Mayor Dávalos as Director of Beach Tourism.

Mayor Michel is pressured to name his cabinet due to legal implications.


SEAPAL announces closure of Viena St. for five days.

The 65th International Marlin & Sailfish Fishing Tournament is coming in November.

DIF employes are threatening to strike for not wanting to work all the hours they were supposed to be working all along.


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