Mexico's median age of death from COVID-19 is a shockingly young 55, as compared to an average of 75 in many European countries, said Mexico's coronavirus spokesman. Assistant Health Secretary Hugo López-Gatell said Thursday that nonetheless, Mexico's future coronavirus … [Read more...] about Why are Mexico’s COVID fatalities so young?
Mexico's port towns from Cabo to Cozumel face economic turmoil after the U.S. State Department on Sunday urged U.S. citizens to not travel on cruise ships. The agency warned that passengers are more likely to contract the coronavirus infection and could be subject to … [Read more...] about Coronavirus outbreak means economic rough seas for cruise ship ports
Mexico City — After a court on Friday revoked a provisional suspension of laws requiring food and beverages labeling, the business sector indicated that it will continue to fight the measure "We respect the decision of the Court, however, we reiterate that we will continue to … [Read more...] about Businesses continue fight against labeling laws