Coffee & Headlines • March 1, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


A construction project gets shut down in Marina Vallarta.

With Vidanta nearby, people are increasingly concerned about the survival of Boca de Tomates.

Jalisco health authorities are unconcerned after a new pandemic wave after Semana Santa.

That said, Health Undersecretary Hugo López-Gatell stressed that it is not time yet to abandon basic health-related mandates.


AMLO confirmed (from Nayarit?) that the Islas Marías will open to the public in April.

Van Gogh exhibition producers offer a press conference with all the details.


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