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Last updateFri, 22 May 2020 12pm

Resuscitation required for dead downtown

Merchants and workers on Calle Obregón in downtown Guadalajara this week expressed their concern about the strategy taken by the state government to contain the Covid-19 pandemic.


Migrant shelter adapts to pandemic

FM4 Paso Libre, the Guadalajara facility that aims to assist people moving north from Central America to the United States, celebrated its tenth anniversary May 11, smack in the middle of the coronavirus crisis and the resulting lockdown, which brought disruption to normal life.

Relatives of infected inmates demand information

Relatives of inmates at the Puente Grande penitentiary outside Guadalajara say prison authorities are keeping them in the dark about the Covid-19 outbreak that – up until press time – has infected 93 prisoners.

Free rides for medical staff

Additional routes have been set up as part of the free transportation network allowing medical personnel to get to their places of work in Guadalajara in safety.

Street spraying not recommended, says WHO

The retail zone of the Mercado de Abastos wholesale market in Guadalajara was closed for three days this week to enable additional sanitization measures to be implemented.

Drive-in movies making a comeback!

The Cinemex chain has announced that it will be screening movies at a drive-in (autocine) set to open in the car park of the Plaza Patria mall on June 1.

Rains, hurricanes on their way

The 2020 rainy season will start between June 9 and 15, according to predictions made by the University of Guadalajara’s Institute of Astronomy and Meteorology (IAM).