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August, 2021

  • 26 August

    Beyond Borders Gazette organized their first Focus Group with selective Binational Audience

    -Editorial For the past five years, Beyond Borders Gazette has worked to earn a place of trust and credibility in the very competitive journalism market in the Cali-Baja Mega Region and has been successful in setting itself apart from everyone else by creating a unique brand for the binational audience …

  • 20 August

    Border Travel Restrictions Extended to Sept. 21st

    -Editorial In a move that is not surprising given the rise of the COVID-19 Delta variant, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will continue with the travel restrictions until Sept. 21. This marks 18 months of these restrictions that have affected the border economy.  The U.S. land border with Mexico, …

  • 18 August

    Subcontracting Reform in Mexico Will Go into Effect

    Mexico City. – The tax provisions of the subcontracting reform will come into force on September 1st.  The decree was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF) on April 23 of this year.  The modifications imply some changes to legal regulations, as well as to the Federal Labor …

  • 17 August


    -Editorial The Imperial County Health Officer has issued a universal indoor masking order, requiring the use of face coverings regardless of vaccine status.  The goal of the order is to protect our community and local healthcare system from a major resurgence of COVID-19 cases and to allow businesses and services …

  • 15 August

    Imperial Valley College Announces Free Enrollment Fees and Books for Fall 2021

    -Editorial Imperial Valley College is welcoming students back on campus for the fall for an enhanced mix of in-person and online learning/student services. Enrollment is in full swing with classes beginning Aug. 16. Programs will feature an enhanced schedule of in-person labs and hands-on skills training with the option to …

  • 13 August


    -Editorial Having City Hall as the headquarters and before the members of the city council, Mexicali Mayor Lupita Mora Quiñónez, gave the second State of the City address, where she exposed the main actions undertaken in the second year of the current administration.  Lupita Mora Quiñónez assured at all times …

  • 11 August

    Newsom Announces All California Teachers Must Be Vaccinated or Tested Weekly

    -Editorial To best protect students and staff as California starts the school year fully in person, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today issued a new public health order requiring all school staff to either show proof of full vaccination or be tested at least once per week. “To give parents …

  • 7 August

    There are risks to the economy due to the Covid-19 Delta variant in the second half of 2021

    Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, Economist and Researcher (Ph.D.). Impacts on the economy can be seen during the second half of 2021 due to the third wave of infections. The third wave of Covid-19 infections will have an economic impact in Mexico and around the world. Several California counties recommend the use …

  • 5 August

    FIFA launches #ReachOut campaign for better mental health

    -Editorial FIFA has launched #ReachOut, a campaign designed to raise awareness of the symptoms of mental health conditions, encourage people to seek help when they need it, and take action every day for better mental health. With the support of past and current football players, the World Health Organization (WHO), …

  • 4 August

    Provino Makes Changes to Their Wine Harvest Festivities Calendar

    -Editorial Faced with the threat of a new COVID outbreak, as well as in support of measures established by the Baja California Health Secretariat about massive events and, above all, being responsible for the safety of their visitors, staff, and, in general, the organizers of the annual event decided to …