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April, 2020

  • 21 April

    Imperial County Health Department Gives Update on COVID-19 Situation

    -Editorial It’s been more than a month since the Coronavirus pandemic started to affect the global economy and the way of life of many people, however a new normal will likely come with it. California Governor Gavin Newsom said during his daily briefing last week that people should expect a …

  • 20 April

    Border Travel Restrictions to Continue

    -Editorial The travel restrictions due to COVID-19 will continue through the month of May, the Department of Homeland Security announced. Border travel restrictions at the U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-Canada borders have been extended 30 days. Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf tweeted that in close collaboration, the U.S., Mexico, …

  • 20 April

    New Bill Could Expand Help to People Affected by COVID-19

    -Editorial A new bill could give every American a monthly $2,000 payment for six months. As the CARES stimulus package may have help people affected by COVID-19, a new bill might expand the help if approved. The bill would provide for the issuance of emergency monthly payments to every American …

  • 17 April

    Trump to Help Mexico with Ventilators and Medical Equipment

    -Editorial President Donald Trump has agreed to send 1,000 ventilators to Mexico to help them treat people for COVID-19. As part of the strong binational relationship between the U.S. and Mexico, President Trump and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador spoke on the phone April 17 to talk about collaboration …

  • 17 April

    Trump Announces Guidelines to Re-Open the Economy

    -Editorial President Donald Trump unveiled new federal guidelines for parts of the U.S. to start relaxing the strict measures imposed to try to slow the spread of COVID-19. The new guidance will identify the necessary circumstances for areas of the country to allow employees to start returning to work-but the …

  • 17 April

    Alcohol Does Not Protect Against COVID-19

    -Editorial At times of lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic, alcohol consumption can exacerbate health vulnerability, risk-taking behaviors, mental health issues, and violence. The World Health Organization said the alcohol does not protect from COVID-19 and encourages governments to limit its consumption. Consuming alcohol will not destroy the virus, and its …

  • 14 April

    WHO Announces That Vaccines Against Coronavirus Are Being Developed

    -Editorial  Under the World Health Organization’s coordination, a group of experts with diverse backgrounds is working towards the development of vaccines against COVID-19. The group makes a call to everyone to follow recommendations to prevent the transmission of the COVID-19 virus and protect the health of individuals. The group also …

  • 13 April

    Between Confusion and No Response, Business Owners Are Worried About Their Future

    -Editorial Millions of business owners and independent contractors were awaiting with hope the stimulus package to help them in these difficult times. However, things have not been as smooth as they hoped for. Between confusing guidelines and no quick response, business owners are getting worried about the lack of response …

  • 10 April

    SRE urges to avoid non-essential travel during Easter

    Mexico City. – The Government of Mexico reiterates the call to all Mexican people to avoid international travel, to and from Mexico, for non-essential reasons, such as recreation or tourism, particularly during Easter. This, in accordance with the measures to counteract the transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in the world …

  • 9 April

    The World Health Organization Asks Religious Leaders for Support During COVID-19

    -Editorial Today marks 100 days since the World Health Organization was notified of the first cases of “pneumonia with unknown cause” in China. In yesterday’s media briefing, Director-General Dr. Tedros recalled the work that WHO and its partners have been doing over this period and the continuing efforts to stop …