On Friday, Avocados From Mexico announced its Guac & Beyond Contest to help chefs impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The contest was designed to offer foodservice professionals some financial support and encourage chefs to share their creative and delicious ideas for guacamole.
All around the world, the coronavirus pandemic has left people scrambling for protective face coverings. But in Mexico, where the masked stars of 'lucha libre' wrestling are already cultural icons, people are using their colorful masks to ward off the disease in style.
Airbnb announced that the global Frontline Stays program will be activated in Mexico starting Monday, April 27, in alliance with the Mexican Red Cross, in order to provide health workers with comfortable and convenient places to stay while they work to help contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
Daylight saving time begins in Mexico on the first Sunday in April, which means you'll need to turn your clocks ahead an hour at 2:00 am on Sunday, April 5, 2020. It's a change of only 60 minutes, but that's long enough to throw your sleep, and your mood, out of whack.
Mexico City based Ecolana was one of 10 global winners in the 2020 Global Recycling Day competition. Ecolana is a social impact company and digital platform that focuses on inclusive recycling initiatives. The $1,000 prize will be put towards its recycling programs for consumers and brands.
Please join U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Christopher Landau for a Virtual Town Hall Tuesday, March 31, at 3:30 pm as he discusses the most recent Department of State travel advice for U.S. citizens in light of COVID-19 and answers your questions.
Covid arrived in Mexico on March 14. But we're not talking about the deadly disease, in fact, this is happy news. 'Covid' is an adorable Bengal tiger born in a private zoo in Veracruz that is dedicated to rescuing animals from circuses and private collections.
Since social distancing is the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Mexico's Federal Health Secretariat has asked the population to stay home and postpone non-essential activities for as long as possible to curb community-based transmission of the virus.
Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez assures that the distribution of basic goods and essential services, including: public services and transportation, hospitals, pharmacies and clinics, banks, gas stations, supermarkets and stores, will not be interrupted.
Nine more cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Jalisco, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 45. The Jalisco Health Secretariat reports that the majority of confirmed cases are registered in the municipalities of Zapopan and Guadalajara.