The only possibility to reopen line 12 of the Metro is to dismantle the elevated viaduct and replace it with a tunnel, which means a greater economic cost and time, considered the civil engineer Enrique Rodríguez Ramírez. He affirmed that said work is a "disgrace to Mexican … [Read more...] about Line 12 ‘a disgrace to Mexican engineering’
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?
Three Transportation Security Administration screening officers at Miami International Airport have tested positive for the coronavirus, federal officials said. The agents, who based at checkpoints D3, F and H, last reported to work on March 16, 20 and 22 respectively. It is … [Read more...] about 3 TSA workers at Miami airport test positive for coronavirus
At least 14 wealthy Mexicans brought home coronavirus in February after vacationing in Vail, an upscale ski destination west of Denver. Several of Mexico’s most prominent business leaders — including a banking executive, the chairman of Mexico’s stock exchange and the chief … [Read more...] about Coronavirus in Mexico linked to Colorado ski trip
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