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With beer shortages and ‘dry laws’ imposed, more than 100 people die from adulterated alcohol in Mexico

More than a hundred people have died in recent weeks in Mexico due to the consumption of adulterated alcohol in states such as Jalisco, Morelos, Puebla, and Yucatan. In Jalisco, at least 31 people have died from adulterated alcohol consumption, six of these in the past day. According to a statement from the state Health...
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Mexico records deadliest day from COVID-19

51 days after the start of the Sana Distancia Day, the number of people infected by coronavirus (COVID-19) in Mexico reached 38,324, adding 1,997 new cases in the past day. Deaths saw their most dramatic increase since the beginning of the pandemic adding 353 new deaths today, bringing the total to 3,926, according to the...
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Employee of the Presidency of Mexico dies from COVID-19

A worker from the Citizen Attention Office of the Presidency of Mexico died Monday of coronavirus in the capital. According to the federal government, the public servant of approximately 40 years of age registered the first symptoms last weekend and was admitted to a hospital. He worked in the offices of the National Palace in...
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Riots at Colima and Chalco prisons leave several injured

At around noon, the inmates of the Colima State Social Reintegration Center orchestrated a riot that left at least four inmates injured. According to prisoners, at around 12 o’clock, gunshots were heard and a column of smoke was seen emanating from inside the prison. The preliminary official information from the Ministry of Public Security (SSP)...
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INE warns of uncontrolled exercise of power during COVID-19

Lorenzo Córdova Vianello, President Counselor of the National Electoral Institute (INE), considered that the health emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic puts democracy at risk by exercising power in an uncontrolled manner and without real checks and balances. By participating in the discussion “Organizing elections during the COVID-19 pandemic: The case of Latin America”, the...
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Coahuila reaches 630 cases of COVID-19

The state of Coahuila reached 630 cases of COVID-19 on Monday morning, when two new infections were detected in the cities of Torreón and Frontera. According to the state Health Secretariat, there are currently 26 hospitalized patients, while the deaths remain at 53. In the case of Torreón, there are already 120 infections that have...
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Mexico City prepares for spike in COVID-19 cases after residents ignored isolation orders during Mother’s Day

In Mexico City, a total of 9,737 confirmed cases of coronaviruses are reported, which means that 27% of the total diagnoses in the country are concentrated in the capital. For Mother’s Day, federal and local authorities made a call to avoid celebrations because the holiday corresponded with the projected peak of the virus. But the...
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Fears grow as coronavirus bears down on Mexico City

A hand-washing station and bright yellow signs warning of an area of “high infection” now greet the steady stream of hearses at the entrance to the San Nicolas Tolentino cemetery in a working-class neighborhood of this sprawling metropolis. Funeral parlors and crematoriums in Iztapalapa, a borough of 2 million people, are working day and night...
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Phase 4 of COVID-19 already applied in San Pedro Garza, Nuevo León

The Municipal Government of San Pedro Garza García reinforce the access filters at the entrances of the municipality, as part of the measures in the face of the coronavirus health emergency (Covid-19). The Municipal Public Security Secretariat implemented Phase 4 of the COVID-19 plan at 7:00 am on Friday, in which around 300 police elements...
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Fire consumes four chemical companies in Nuevo León

Fire at four companies, where chemicals and easily combustion products were stored, caused dozens of employees and neighbors to be evacuated on Friday night in García, Nuevo León. At least five workers were burned and transferred to area hospitals. Civil Protection of Nuevo León reported that the affected industrial plants, which cover an area of...
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