Coffee & Headlines • April 16, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Puerto Vallarta welcomes close to 200,000 tourists this week.

Are folks charging for beach access in Boca Negra?

A filthy tourist is forced to dispose of his trash by authorities.

The Via Crucis returns to Pitillal.

Folks are poisoning river prawns in the Río Cuale to eat them. Ew.

Health authorities announce two additional locations in the city to get Covid vaccines.


Mexican workers are the most stressed out in the world, says the World Health Organization.


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