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June, 2021

  • 11 June


    -Editorial The Baja California Ministry of Health is waiting for an important shipment of Pfizer vaccine for second dose applications, additionally, it anticipates the arrival this weekend of the Johnson & Johnson doses to start with the population of 18 to 39 years. The Secretary of State for Health, Alonso Óscar …

  • 10 June

    IID creates new notifications to raise energy conservation awareness, practice

    -Editorial Imperial Irrigation District has created new notifications for communicating with customers to take action to conserve energy during times when electricity may be in short supply. Starting this summer, IID’s new Conserve Alert notifications will alert energy customers of the need to conserve energy, seeking voluntary participation. “Our new Conserve …

  • 9 June

    IVC Announces COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Clinic for Students

    -Editorial Imperial Valley College announced that a mass vaccination drive-thru clinic for the first dose will he taking place this month. While this event is for IVC students, it is open to all community members 12 years and older who have not been vaccinated. The event has been scheduled for …

  • 9 June

    New State COVID Guidance Will Take Effect June 15

    -Editorial As California continues to improve after the COVID-19 pandemic, new guidelines will be activated on June 15 that will bring a sense of normalcy for citizens and businesses that have been affected since last year.  The state will enter the “Beyond The Blueprint” phase in which restrictions will be …

  • 8 June

    Kamala Harris Visits Mexico to Discuss Immigration

    -Editorial In a historic first visit, U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris met with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to discuss immigration and future collaboration between both countries.  Vice President Harris met with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to discuss ways to deepen cooperation between the United States and …

  • 8 June

    Newsom Launches Support Program for Restaurants and Bars

    -Editorial As California’s economy comes roaring back and the state prepares to fully reopen this month, Governor Gavin Newsom announced action to ensure that restaurants, bars, breweries, and wineries continue to benefit from pandemic regulatory relief – including expanded outdoor dining and the sale of to-go alcoholic drinks – to support the recovery …

  • 7 June

    Citizens in Baja California turned out to vote

    MEXICALI, B. C. – State elections were held in in in which unprecedented events in the history of Mexicali and Tijuana took place. Criminal incidents were recorded from the early morning before the elections began and during the day.  It was around 5:00 a.m. that a man reported gunshots being …

  • 6 June


    -Editorial On Monday, June 7, Baja California will go “green” at the epidemiological traffic light, except Mexicali, announced the Secretary of Health of Baja California, Alonso Óscar Pérez Rico.  He reported that two of the cities with the most population in the state, Tijuana and Ensenada, have reported favorable trends, …

  • 5 June

    Johnson and Johnson Vaccine Will Help Border Communities Reopen the Border

    -Editorial Tijuana, Mexicali, and Tecate are the border cities of Baja California that will be benefited from the vaccines that the United States offered to Mexico for its application to people between 18 and 39 years old. This was confirmed by the Secretary of State Health, Alonso Pérez Rico, who …

  • 4 June

    US will send one million vaccines to Mexico

    MEXICO CITY- Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that the US will send one million vaccines from the Johnson & Johnson company to Mexico, which is a single application. This is part of a total donation of 80 million vaccines to countries around the world in the coming months. …