Campeche moves from orange to yellow on the coronavirus “stoplight” risk map, meaning there will be no restrictions on economic activities.
July was Mexico’s worst month yet for new cases of the coronavirus with an average of 6,404 reported every day.
Morelos is currently orange on the national risk level stoplight map but one wouldn’t know it for all the weddings and other events going on.
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The product will be packaged for Latin American distribution at Mexican laboratories, thanks to the Carlos Slim Foundation.
Six months after the pandemic began, Mexico has not yet managed to reduce infections and the number of cases is moving steadily upward.
Despite the fact that Quintana Roo is still at level orange on the stoplight risk map, the city will reopen beaches between August 20 and 30.
They have filed a collective complaint with Profeco, citing ongoing cancellations of flights and failure to provide proper compensation.
Three companies developing coronavirus vaccines will conduct clinical trials in Mexico between September and January.
Although the Mexico-US border remains closed to nonessential travel, tourists are still traveling to Tijuana for nightlife, drugs and sex.
The state will remain dry for a month longer than planned in order to maintain its orange, high-risk level on the coronavirus stoplight.
A Durango woman and her daughter are encouraging their fellow Mexicans to open their carport to any student in need of Wi-Fi.
While Mexico’s toy industry has suffered during the Covid-19 pandemic, one bright spot has been for board game makers.
Mexico’s response has received poor marks in a study by Foreign Policy magazine, which ranked it 34th out of 36 nations.
Coronavirus deaths rose 987 on the weekend for a total of 52,298, while confirmed cases were up 10,871 to reach 480,278.
They were necessary steps but the majority of people working in the market, who were just eking out a living before, are barely surviving now.
The region will ease coronavirus restrictions as it moves from red to orange on the federal government’s Covid-19 “stoplight” map next week.
The funds will be used to strengthen Mexico’s capacity to manage the pandemic, the deputy health minister said.
The coronavirus risk level will remain at “orange light” high for a seventh week but more nonessential businesses will be permitted to reopen.
The initiative includes marketing campaigns and other tools to help shopkeepers keep their businesses up and running.
The World Travel and Tourism Council granted the state the Safe Travels stamp, which certifies the state as a safe destination for tourists.
Poor and indigenous Mexicans who have been infected with the new coronavirus have died at much higher rates than the general population.
The deputy health minister reported Thursday that the death toll had increased to 50,517 with 819 additional fatalities registered.
The United States has lifted its warning to avoid international travel due to the coronavirus but continues to warn against travel to Mexico.
The government will look at ways to support private schools that are seeing a substantial drop in enrollment.