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REGIONAL

Relevant news concerning the region belonging to California and Baja California’s border.
Noticias relevantes relacionadas a la región perteneciente a la frontera de California y Baja California.

April, 2020

  • 5 April

    Mexican Government Unreasonable and Inflexible towards Businesses During the Coronavirus Crisis

    -Editorial The clamor of businessmen in Mexico seems not to reach the ears of the President and his cabinet, the situation is that the health contingency that occurs worldwide, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), is seriously affecting everyone. Although Mexico has managed to contain the massive spread of infections, it …

  • 4 April

    Imperial Valley College Remains Online for the Remainder of Spring 2020 and Summer 2020

    After careful consideration, Imperial Valley College (IVC) Leadership determined to continue to offer instruction online for the remainder of Spring 2020 and Summer 2020. This decision is made in alignment with the recommendations from the federal government, state government and the California Community College Chancellor’s Office. In addition, the Imperial …

  • 3 April

    There is now more evidence that younger people are also vulnerable to COVID-19

    -Editorial World Health Organization officials cautioned Friday that more young people are becoming critically ill and dying due to COVID-19. At their press briefing April 3rd, WHO officials stated that more young people are becoming critically ill and dying from the coronavirus that’s now spread to almost every country across …

  • 3 April

    The impact of COVID-19 on International Law

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, humanitarian and law professor. Throughout time there have been different historical events that have defined the international community, firstly, it arises after the need of the different nations cooperate with each other in different areas, the branch of international law is primarily responsible for …

  • 2 April

    Coronavirus Stops the Movie Industry

    -Editorial In the wake of COVID-19, many of Hollywood’s major movie releases have been rescheduled later this year or until 2021. Many people were surprised two months ago when the new James Bond movie was postponed by Coronavirus. The latest Bond movie was the first of many film that the …

  • 2 April

    Imperial Valley Resident Dies Due to COVID-19 Complications

    -Editorial The Imperial County Public Health Department announced today that an Imperial County resident has died due to complications of COVID-19. This represents the first COVID-19 related death for Imperial County. The individual, an elderly adult with underlying health conditions, was recently diagnosed and was being treated in a San …

  • 2 April

    Illicit arms trafficking on the border

    By: Mario Beltrán Mainero Consul for Community and Political Affairs at the Consulate of Mexico in Calexico In Mexico, there is a sense of injustice regarding the international discourse related to drugs and organized crime, particularly from certain sectors within the United States. Sometimes it seems that Mexico is the …

  • 1 April

    Schools in Imperial Valley Will Remain Closed for the Rest of the School Year

    -Editorial In alignment with recommendations from the Governor and State Superintendent of Schools, the Imperial County Office of Education announced the extension of school facility closures through the remainder of the school year. While this means our school facilities won’t be physically open for students, the school year is not over. Educators across …

  • 1 April

    El Centro City Council Hosted Meeting in Spanish Regarding COVID-19

    -Editorial The El Centro City Council held a meeting entirely in Spanish for the first time ever providing information about COVID-19 and updates about the current situation. As of March 31, there are 38 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Imperial Valley and the numbers are expected to grow as tests …

  • 1 April

    County Board of Supervisors Freezes Tenant Evictions Linked to Coronavirus

    By: Mario Conde, Reporter Renters in the unincorporated area who lose their jobs or get buried in medical bills because of the COVID-19 pandemic are now shielded from being evicted from their homes through the end of May. The board met on March 21 to adopt a series of measures …

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