Mexico’s Covid death toll will soar well above 100,000 by September 1, according to a model developed by a Massachusetts Institute of Technology scientist.
Panicked citizens in Sonora have responded to reports of increased cases of Covid-19 by flocking to certified private laboratories to be tested.
Protests in various parts of the country have called on the federal government to suspend power cuts due to non-payment during the coronavirus crisis.
Nine parents of children with cancer began a strike outside the Health Ministry in Mexico City on Wednesday to protest shortages of cancer medications.
A group of seamstresses in Tabasco has warned President López Obrador that “blood will flow” if the Federal Electricity Commission cuts their power again.
Underwater archaeologists have rediscovered the remains of a sailing ship believed to have been wrecked in the late 18th or early 19th century.
Day laborers from the mountains of Guerrero are migrating north by the thousands to the fields of more northerly states despite stay-at-home orders.
The federal government’s plan to reopen the economy gradually starting June 1 has divided governors; some support the move and others say it is too soon.
The two were rescued unharmed after their car plunged into a sinkhole caused by intense rains in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, early Tuesday.
The World Health Organization has applauded the work and the measures put in place by the government to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
One predicts that burglaries, financial fraud, human trafficking and child pornography offenses will be among the crimes that will increase.
Famed Mexican film director Alfonso Cuarón is backing a campaign to support the rights of domestic workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
He believes all the crosses are for victims of Covid-19 in San Gregorio Atlapulco, where he used to make one or two a month. Now it’s seven a week.
The government has come up with a campaign to bring peace to Mexican homes by asking people in potentially violent situations to “count to 10.”
The arrest of a gang leader in Ciudad Jiménez on Monday sparked a series of violent confrontations between criminal elements and security forces.
Mexico recorded its biggest single-day increase in both Covid-19 deaths and cases on Tuesday while the number of active cases is at its highest level yet.
The government will award Mexico’s highest honor to more than 8,000 healthcare workers in recognition of their efforts to respond to the coronavirus.
A federal court has revoked a provisional suspension order that stopped construction of the project in Chiapas due to coronavirus concerns.
Unable to observe its usual Memorial Day celebrations, the U.S. Department of Defense chose to donate the resources to the American Legion bar.
Forced to lay off an employee and facing the possibility of closing down for good, the owner came up with a gimmick suited to the health crisis.
The municipality has recorded more Covid-19 cases than Tijuana and ranks third among Mexico’s municipalities for both accumulated and active cases.
Authorities in Querétaro have asked male health workers to shave their beards so that face masks fit more snugly and better protect them from coronavirus.
The economy contracted less than initially estimated in the first quarter of 2020 but still recorded its biggest slump in almost 11 years.
A wave of gang violence left seven people dead, including two police officers, in the border city on Monday.
Citing irregularities in the issuance of a building permit, Cancún has halted construction of the 449-room hotel next to Playa Los Delfines.