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Two dead in highway tragedy

A one-year-old child and a middle-aged man perished in a deadly collision that occurred Sunday, January 16, on the Guadalajara-Morelia highway on the outskirts of the Jocotepec satellite town El Molino.


Briefly - January 22, 2022

Dog Parks in Zapopan

Zapopan City Hall is planning to construct four new dog parks in the municipality, and is seeking input from residents as to where the favored locations might be.

Metro-area over 50s now eligible for booster jabs

All residents of the Guadalajara metropolitan area over 50 years of age who received their second dose against Covid more than six months ago are now able to book their booster jabs.

Periferico bus to have January 31 grand opening

The new BRT bus network (Peribus) on the Guadalajara Periferico (city beltway) will officially open on January 31, Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro announced this week.  

Just isolate, don’t bother to get tested

Mexican health authorities and politicians are advising fully vaccinated citizens to assume they are infected with the Omicron variant of Covid-19 if they develop mild, cold-like symptoms, such as a cough, hoarseness, runny nose or body aches.

Jalisco Covid hotline & clinics saturated

The Covid-19 surge caused by the Omicron variant kicked in this week as Jalisco recorded its highest ever daily confirmed case totals on Wednesday and Thursday: 2,247 and 2,506.