The Pan American Health Organization has warned Mexico not to reopen the economy if the Covid-19 pandemic is still growing.
The federal government’s tree-planting employment program is riddled with operational flaws and corruption, according to some participating farmers. A report FULL STORY
It proposes buying five sargassum-gathering vessels, materials for the construction of two more, containment barriers and beach sweepers.
Crowds of people flooded the streets of three cities yesterday, flouting the plan to reopen gradually as the state begins lifting coronavirus restrictions.
A coalition of Mexican academics, researchers, artists and politicians has created a new network to fight the growing tide of violence against women.
At a ceremony in the Quintana Roo municipality of Lázaro Cárdenas, the president described the US $8-billion railroad as a historic and momentous project.
Some businesses expecting to open were asked to remain closed by authorities, especially in areas of Guadalajara that were likely to draw large crowds.
Authorities in Colima found a vehicle containing the dismembered remains of seven bodies believed to be those of officers who disappeared in Jalisco.
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Admissions of seriously ill patients have been higher in Mexico City, Villahermosa, Cancún, Acapulco, Culiacán, Tijuana and Veracruz city.
The city announced that it will double testing and conduct contact tracing operations to identify people who came into contact with those who test positive.
Coronavirus restrictions shouldn’t be lifted until case numbers have been on the wane for at least two weeks, say two experts.
Mexico is already recovering, the president said, pointing to the appreciation of the peso and the resurgence of oil prices.
A Yucatán legislator has called for citizens to chase off workers from the CFE if they arrive to turn off customers’ power for nonpayment.
Thousands of head of cattle, thoroughbred horses, wild boars, llamas and other exotic species that to César Duarte are in danger of dying.
After a record-setting March when Mexicans working abroad sent home US $4.02 billion the amount plummeted by 28.5% in April to $2.86 billion.
Ten state police officers went missing on May 28 after escorting a group of businessmen to the municipality of La Huerta in Jalisco.
Protesters hit the streets in at least 40 cities across Mexico on Saturday to demand the resignation of President López Obrador.
The biggest change is that construction, mining, transportation equipment manufacturing, public markets, bicycle sales and beer making will reopen.
The Covid-19 case tally passed 90,000 on Sunday while the death toll is approaching 10,000. The deputy health minister insisted the epidemic is not over.
Over 200 Mexican photographers raised more than 6.7 million pesos (US $300,000) to donate to the fight against Covid-19.
Federal health authorities agreed to end the shortages of several cancer medications that have plagued child cancer patients and their parents.
Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro was one of several state leaders to voice their dissatisfaction with the federal government’s new “stoplight” map.
On the eve of the official conclusion of federally mandated social distancing, the coronavirus continued to take its toll.
Although the coronavirus has affected his 2020 earnings, Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez ranked in the top 30 of the 100 highest-paid athletes in the world.