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May, 2021

  • 27 May

    Airlines Could Weight Passengers Before Boarding

    -Editorial Airline passengers may be required to step on the scale at the airport or share how much they weigh before boarding a flight, a new report suggests. Data airlines use to measure passenger weight to ensure safety onboard planes may be outdated as the obesity rate in the U.S. …

  • 27 May

    The Colorado River will receive water for 164 days

    MEXICALI, B.C.- As part of a binational alliance and cooperation between the governments of Mexico and the United States established in acts 319 and 323 of the Water Treaty, the Colorado River will be receiving water for 164 days. Thus, on May 1, the flow of water began and will …

  • 26 May

    People are asking to investigate the origin of Covid-19

    -Editorial According to information recently published by The Wall Street Journal, three researchers from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology fell ill and sought hospital care in November 2019, months before the pandemic was declared, in such a way that this could strengthen the growing calls for a more detailed investigation …

  • 26 May

    Binational effort to vaccinate 10,000 maquiladora workers underway

    -Editorial A coalition of six US subsidiary companies sponsored a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic for 10,000 maquiladora workers employed in Baja California, Mexico. “We started, six or eight months ago, talking to the private sector about how to help our people with their health and the economy of our state. …

  • 26 May

    San Diego Approves Extension of Temporary Outdoor Business Operations

    -Editorial To continue supporting businesses as they recover from the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Diego City Council has unanimously approved an extension of interim urgency ordinances to allow the City’s Temporary Outdoor Business Operation (TOBO) permit program to continue. Without the extension, permits for all restaurants …

  • 25 May

    COPARMEX presents commitments to Hank Rhon

    MEXICALI, BC- COPARMEX Mexicali presented 20 commitments to the candidate for governor Jorge Hank Rhon for the PES (Solidarity Encounter Party), which includes anti-corruption, public security, digital government, citizen participation, education, ecology, environment, and health. Among the commitments given to the candidate as well as those running for Congress, it …

  • 24 May


    -Editorial With the installation of a “morning” module in Plaza Cachanilla in Mexicali, the Covid vaccination for the population ranging from 50 to 59 years began on Monday according to the Baja California Ministry of Health. The Secretary of State for Health, Alonso Óscar Pérez Rico, specified that from 8:00, …

  • 24 May

    IID and IVEDC’s Future Relationship is in Question Due to Fake Signature Controversy

    -Editorial The relationship between the Imperial Irrigation District and the Imperial Valley Economy Development Corporation is now stone cold due to the discovery of forged signatures used by the economic development group. IID General Manager Henry Martinez sent a letter to IVEDC Director Tim Kelley regarding “a profoundly disturbing matter …

  • 19 May

    Business Intelligence, A Differentiator Factor in Businesses

    -Editorial Under a business intelligence or Business Intelligence approach, using data analysis for decision-making within a company is a differentiating element that influences the organizational climate, and the development as part of your community. This was indicated by Dr. Michelle Lazcano and Dr. Armando Reyna Ballesteros, members of the teaching …

  • 18 May

    Border Travel Restrictions Could End in June

    -Editorial Travel restrictions between Mexico and the United States will be maintained for one more month but it seems that the borders could reopen very soon. Restrictions on non-essential land crossings from Mexico to States will remain until 11:59 p.m. on June 21, 2021, according to Mexico’s foreign affairs secretary. …