MEXICO

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MEXICO

1,732,290

Total Cases

147,614

Total Deaths

1,291,940

Total Recovered

292,736

Total Active Cases

+1,440

New Deaths

+21,007

New Cases


via startribune01/17/2021

Mexico says it's OK with getting less Pfizer vaccine for now - Minneapolis Star Tribune

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Sunday that his government has agreed with a U.N. proposal to delay shipments of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine to countries like Mexico that had exiting purchase agreements, in order to get more doses to poorer countries quicker.

via fronterasdesk.org01/14/2021

Mexico: US Must Provide COVID-19 Vaccine To Mexican Workers - Fronteras: The Changing America Desk

Mexican leaders said Wednesday that the U.S. must ensure Mexican workers in the United States have access to the coronavirus vaccine regardless of their immigration status. Not to do so would violate a free trade agreement implemented last year.Mexico’s Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said the labor section of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) requires the

via natlawreview01/06/2021

Mexico's COVID-19: News for January 4–17, 2021 - The National Law Review

Baja California, Guanajuato, Mexico City, the State of Mexico, and Morelos are all currently designated in red status, the highest number of states at this level since August 17–30, 2020. In descending levels of restrictions from the red traffic light, 22 states are in orange status, 3 are in yellow status, and 2 are in green status.

via news.yahoo12/16/2020

Quarter of Mexico's population have been exposed to COVID-19 - official - Yahoo News

A quarter of Mexico's population, or 31 million people, has been exposed to COVID-19, according to preliminary results of an official survey, with 70% never showing symptoms. "The figures show a great speed of spread," said Juan Rivera, general director of the National Institute of Public Health, at a regular news conference late on Tuesday. Mexico's health ministry on Tuesday reported 11,228 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection and 801 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 1,267,202 cases and 115,099 deaths.


via kvia12/09/2020

Southern New Mexico sees 7 of state's 33 virus deaths in delayed report from Tuesday - KVIA El Paso

SANTA FE, New Mexico – The New Mexico Department of Health has announced 33 additional Covid-19-related deaths in Tuesday's delayed report on virus case data that was triggered by a computer glitch. Seven of those deaths occurred in southern New Mexico's Doña Ana and Luna counties and included: 3 women in their 60s from Doña Ana County, all

via wmdt12/08/2020

The Latest: Mississippi coronavirus death toll tops 4,000 - 47abc - WMDT

JACKSON, Miss. -- The number of people who have died of coronavirus complications in Mississippi surpassed 4,000 Tuesday, and health officials warned there will be more fatalities and hospitalizations if residents continue having non-essential social gatherings. “We are seeing ongoing heavy case burdens — many, many cases, rising deaths and increasing strain on our health care system,” State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs said during a virtual press briefing. Dobbs said rising cases are attributable to social gatherings — funerals, parties, sporting events — where people are not following

via nmpoliticalreport12/07/2020

Recap of New Mexico COVID-19 news (12/07/20 edition) - New Mexico Political Report

This morning recap of COVID-19 news from New Mexico is available in a free email every weekday. Sign up here. See all of our COVID-19 coverage here. The state of New Mexico reported 5,255 new COVID-19 cases this weekend: 2,080 on Friday, 1,925 on Saturday and 1,250 on Sunday. The state reported 76 new deaths related […]

via globapliancenews01/15/2021

Mexico: Covid-19 – A dive into 2021 Mexican Tax Reform - GlobalComplianceNews

The pandemic declared by the World Health Organization has substantially disrupted Mexico’s economic performance as many activities have been interrupted to prevent the SARS-CoV2 virus (COVID-19) from spreading. The Mexican president will direct government efforts and policies to support the most vulnerable population during this crisis. The president goes on to say that the economic and social panorama of Mexico is encouraging, and the Mexican government is committed to continue investing in projects that generate employment. These include the Mayan Train, the Felipe Ángeles International Airport, the New Dos Bocas Refinery and the Interoceanic Corridor of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.

via kfoxtv01/12/2021

Five from Doña Ana County among new COVID-19 deaths in New Mexico - KFOX El Paso

An additional 893 COVID-19 cases were confirmed in New Mexico Tuesday and 30 new deaths related to the virus were reported by the New Mexico Department of Health. Five Doña Ana County residents were among the new deaths from the virus announced by state health officials. They were a woman in her 40s, a woman in her 50s, a man in his 60s, a woman in her 70s and a woman in her 80s. Doña Ana County accounted for 105 of Tuesday’s new COVID-19 cases and Otero County accounted for 10 new cases.


via nmpoliticalreport12/14/2020

Recap of New Mexico COVID-19 news (12/14/20 edition) - New Mexico Political Report

This morning recap of COVID-19 news from New Mexico is available in a free email every weekday. Sign up here. See all of our COVID-19 coverage here. The state reported over 5,100 new COVID-19 cases and 111 deaths related to the disease over the last three days. DOH reported 1,849 cases and 43 deaths on Friday, […]

via finance.yahoo12/13/2020

Mexico City cuts shopping hours in center to combat coronavirus - Yahoo Finance

Mexico City's government on Saturday said shops in the center of the capital and other busy areas would temporarily have to close at 5 p.m. to reduce the risk of coronavirus infection as authorities battle a surge in cases. Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum says the city is now in a state of "emergency" but like President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, she has opted not to impose binding restrictions, instead urging residents to stay at home and reduce their socializing. Mexico City and its metropolitan area is the epicenter of the pandemic in Mexico, and new infections of coronavirus have reached record levels in recent weeks, with the government forecasting things will continue to get worse until January.

via techcrunch12/09/2020

With investors expecting a Latin American cryptocurrency boom, Mexico’s Bitso raises $62 million - TechCrunch

Six years after the launch of the Mexico-based cryptocurrency exchange and financial services platform Bitso, the company revealed it has closed on $62 million in financing to capitalize on the cryptocurrency boom investors expect to hit Latin America.  The three major cryptocurrencies are all trading up in the waning months of 2020, with Bitcoin prices […]

via nmpoliticalreport12/08/2020

Recap of New Mexico COVID-19 news (12/08/20 edition) - New Mexico Political Report

This morning recap of COVID-19 news from New Mexico is available in a free email every weekday. Sign up here. See all of our COVID-19 coverage here. Leaders of the largest hospitals in Albuquerque said that if things don’t improve, they’ll have to start rationing care. Read more from NM Political Report here. See more from […]

via fronterasdesk.org12/05/2020

No Stay-At-Home Order As COVID-19 Hospitalizations Rise In Mexico City - Fronteras: The Changing America Desk

MEXICO CITY — Mexico City´s government had promised to return to a stay-at-home order if a specific number of occupied hospital beds designated to coronavirus patients was exceeded. The limit has been surpassed, but the authorities are not making major changes to the current flexible policies.Mexico City's mayor, Claudia Sheinbaum, stated in July that a lockdown would be put


via latinamericareports01/06/2021

Mexico coronavirus cases surge as US tourists keep coming - Latin America Reports

Hundreds of thousands of people from the U.S. are again traveling into Mexico each month, despite officials’ warnings to help stop the spread in both countries. More American tourists are going to the Mexican state of Quintana Roo than ever before, according to the Washington Post, with arrivals up nearly 25 percent now compared to the end of 2019. Quintana Roo, where Cancun and other popular beach destinations are located, is receiving up to 100 flights every day coming from the U.S. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the U.S. has advised people to avoid all travel […]

via kfoxtv12/16/2020

Six Doña Ana County residents among 43 new COVID-19 deaths in New Mexico - KFOX El Paso

An additional 1,816 COVID-19 cases were confirmed in New Mexico Wednesday and 43 new deaths related to the virus were reported by the New Mexico Department of Health. Six of the new deaths were from Doña Ana County, according to state health officials. They were four men in their 60s and two women in their 80s, according to the NMDOH. Doña Ana County accounted for 94 of Wednesday's new COVID-19 cases and Otero County accounted for 18 new cases.

via news.yahoo12/13/2020

Mexico City cuts shopping hours in center to combat coronavirus - Yahoo News

Mexico City's government on Saturday said shops in the center of the capital and other busy areas would temporarily have to close at 5 p.m. to reduce the risk of coronavirus infection as authorities battle a surge in cases. Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum says the city is now in a state of "emergency" but like President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, she has opted not to impose binding restrictions, instead urging residents to stay at home and reduce their socializing. Mexico City and its metropolitan area is the epicenter of the pandemic in Mexico, and new infections of coronavirus have reached record levels in recent weeks, with the government forecasting things will continue to get worse until January.

via fronterasdesk.org12/12/2020

Mexico Repatriates Remains Of COVID-19 Victims | Fronteras - Fronteras: The Changing America Desk

Mexico’s government is repatriating the ashes of Mexican nationals who died of COVID-19 overseas. The majority are coming from the United States.Mexico’s Secretary of Foreign Relations is coordinating the repatriation of urns with the ashes of Mexicans who died abroad from coronavirus and whose families requested the remains.According to the secretary, 397 funerary urns have

via nmpoliticalreport12/09/2020

Recap of New Mexico COVID-19 news (12/09/20 edition) - New Mexico Political Report

This morning recap of COVID-19 news from New Mexico is available in a free email every weekday. Sign up here. See all of our COVID-19 coverage here. A key state official said hospitals will likely have to start rationing care by the end of the month because of the number of those hospitalized. Read more here […]

via pri.org12/07/2020

Russia and the UK set for widespread COVID-19 vaccination rollout; Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro claims victory; Report finds microwave energy likely made US diplomats sick - The World

Russia opened 70 vaccination facilities in Moscow on Saturday as the country begins its COVID-19 vaccination campaign to curb the spread of the coronavirus. And, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro will take control of the country’s National Assembly — the last major branch of government out of his grasp — after his political alliance claimed victory. Also, the National Academy of Sciences said in a report that “directed pulsed radio frequency energy” was likely the cause of illnesses among American diplomats in Cuba and China.