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February 15, 2021
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Pandemic reduces the cost of rent

The COVID-19 pandemic caused a drop in income for people throughout Mexico, as well as the need to move for many others who lost their jobs, which resulted in a slight reduction in the price of housing rentals. The Mexican Association of Housing for Rent ( Aver ) said that many tenants lost their jobs...
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Armed man storms home of former mayor in Veracruz and kills her and her daughter

The former mayor and former local PRI deputy, Gladys Merlin Castro, and her 27-year-old daughter, Carla Enríquez Merlin, were murdered inside their home in southern Veracruz. The events occurred shortly before six in the morning in the municipality of Cosoleacaque, where a commando entered the house and murdered the two women. In the attack, an...
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Electric blackout affects 4.7 million users in Mexico

The mega electricity blackout on Monday affected 4.7 million users in northern Mexico; Chihuahua and in some areas of Coahuila, Nuevo León, and Tamaulipas. The blackout began at 7:58 am on Monday, February 15 and until approximately 11:30 am in Chihuahua, service had not been restored; in Coahuila, service was restored at 68%; in Nuevo...
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18,763 doses of vaccine are applied to older adults in CDMX on the first day

This Monday at 2:30 p.m. on the first day of the application of the coronavirus vaccine in three municipalities of Mexico City, 18,763 older adults have been inoculated, announced Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum. This Sunday it was announced that each of the 70 vaccination centers would apply 35,000 doses per day until February 19. Before the...
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