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US renews its travel alert for five states in Mexico

In the midst of a health emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic, the United States government updated the travel alert for Mexico in which it asks its citizens and officials not to travel to 5 entities in Mexico and reconsider travel to eleven more. The State Department, through its embassy, ​​warns that organized crime groups...
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Fifth patient dies from contaminated medicine in Mexican hospital

The number of fatalities due to the error of the application of contaminated drugs in the Regional Hospital of Petróleos Mexicanos ( Pemex ) in Tabasco, increased to five due to medical negligence that was infected with four different types of bacteria that cause widespread failures in the body. The batch of contaminated drugs administered...
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Tsunami waves have hit Mexico more than 60 times

The historical information available to the Deputy General Directorate of Oceanography, Hydrography, and Meteorology of the Secretariat of the Navy, reveals that more than 60 tsunamis have hit Mexico during the last 284 years. According to the Navy, tsunamis of distant origin have had waves of 2.5 meters high and those of local origin have...
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66,915 people requested refuge in Mexico in 2019

The Mexican Refugee Assistance Commission (Comar) reported that from January to November 2019, a total of 66,915 people requested refuge in Mexico. According to the decentralized agency of the Ministry of the Interior (Segob) since the beginning of the year, requests from citizens of other countries were made in the four delegations that the Comar...
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U.S. cites crime and kidnapping in latest travel warning for Mexico

The U.S. issued a travel advisory ahead of the Christmas holidays for citizens thinking about vacationing in Mexico. According to the State Department, the new advisory was needed to warn Americans about crime and kidnapping in Mexico. “Violent crime – such as homicide, kidnapping, carjacking, and robbery – is widespread,” the State Department said. The...
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The first community created by 3D printers in Mexico begins

A company specializing in the construction of residential solutions through 3D printing is currently carrying out the development of a project to erect the first community in Latin America using this technology. The company has chosen Mexico, specifically the rural areas, as a destination to launch the project, which has been created in conjunction with...
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The Great Maya Aquifer, the largest underwater research in the history of Mexico

When a group of specialists began four years ago to explore what is now known as the Great Maya Aquifer, the largest research of its kind in the history of Mexico, they did not imagine what they would discover. “We knew that there was a natural aquifer below the Peninsula that includes the states of...
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Lack of flu vaccinations attribute for 94% of influenza deaths in Mexico

Of the 18 deaths from influenza recorded to date in Mexico during this season, 94 percent are attributed to people not getting the vaccine and because they had other conditions, said the Ministry of Health (SSA). The comorbidities associated with deaths were high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, obesity, immunosuppression, chronic insufficiency and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary...
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Mexico announces its biggest oil discovery in three decades

Mexico said Friday that it has made the biggest oil discovery in the country since 1987 at the Quesqui field in the Gulf coast state of Tabasco. Pemex said it first discovered the field in Tabasco state in May, before beginning studies to evaluate its viability. The site, called Quesqui, is a so-called 3P reserve,...
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The Mexican government will finance 70% of the Mayan Train

The financing model for the construction of the Mayan Train, an infrastructure project of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, underwent an important change. Now the Government will contribute more than 70% of its cost to avoid acquiring debt in the financial markets. In original plans, the federal government would barely have a 10% stake in...
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