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21 Coronavirus Deaths At ArcelorMittal Plant In Mexico: Union

Twenty-one workers have died at a steel plant owned by ArcelorMittal in Mexico, union says. Mexico: Twenty-one workers at a steel plant owned by ArcelorMittal in the Mexican port city of Lazaro Cardenas have died from COVID-19, the steelworkers’ trade union said Saturday. The dead include employees, contractors and suppliers to the plant, said Carlos Read More…

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Mexican football league resumes with no spectators amid pandemic

Mexico is moving forward with first division football. The opening match of the 2020 Liga MX was played on Friday after being postponed by a day despite warnings over a heightened risk of coronavirus spreading among players. Al Jazeera’s Manuel Rapalo reports from Mexico City.

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Tropical Storm Hanna Unleashes Flooding, Power Outages Across South Texas, Northeastern Mexico

More than 250,000 customers were without power in South Texas Sunday morning. Flood warnings were issued across South Texas. More than five feet of storm surge washed over beaches as the hurricane made landfall. The Coast Guard rescued a couple on a boat in Corpus Christi. Tropical Storm Hanna continued to lash South Texas and Read More…

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PHOTOS, VIDEO: Jose Carioca’s Flowers Removed From Gran Fiesta Tour at the Mexico Pavilion in EPCOT

The Jose Carioca animatronic at the Gran Fiesta Tour attraction in EPCOT’s Mexico pavilion has had quite the week. Days ago, he had fallen over during the ride . Then, his animatronic was fully removed from the attraction – only flowers by his feet remaining. Now, not even his flowers remain. Jose Carioca’s spot is Read More…

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New Mexico’s national parks need millions in upgrades

FILE – This March 19, 2011, file photo shows visitors hiking the shifting dunes of White Sands National Monument near Alamogordo, N.M. New Mexico Cabinet Secretary for Tourism Jen Schroer said Friday, March 27, 2020, restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19 have hurt the state’s tourism industry and the state has canceled its upcoming Read More…

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New Mexico’s National Parks Need Millions in Upgrades

FILE – This March 19, 2011, file photo shows visitors hiking the shifting dunes of White Sands National Monument near Alamogordo, N.M. New Mexico Cabinet Secretary for Tourism Jen Schroer said Friday, March 27, 2020, restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19 have hurt the state’s tourism industry and the state has canceled its upcoming Read More…

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Texas hospital forced to set up ‘death panel’ as Covid-19 cases surge

A surge in coronavirus cases in rural Texas has forced one hospital to set up “death panels” to decide which patients it can save and which ones will be sent home to die. Doctors at Starr County Memorial Hospital, the only hospital in Starr County, have been issued with critical care guidelines to decide which Read More…

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Mexico Says Death Toll Rose 55% for March-June Amid Outbreak

A worker takes the temperature of a shopper before entering a market in Queretaro, Mexico, on Tuesday, July 21, 2020. The number of confirmed fatalities from the coronavirus outbreak in Mexico stands at 40,400, as of 7:30am Mexico City, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg News. , Bloomberg (Bloomberg) — Mexico Read More…

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U.S., Brazil, Mexico, India lead surge of coronavirus; death toll nears 650,000

An Indian boy walks in a deserted road during the weekend lockdown in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India, on Saturday. The Uttar Pradesh government imposed a lockdown and ordered extremely more testing after a review of the present situation of coronavirus. Photo by Harish Tyago/EPA-EFE July 26 (UPI) — Since the first death from coronavirus was Read More…