05Aug

The Secretary of Public Education (Esteban Moctezuma), informed that the school term will start on August 24th due COVID 19.

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  • On Wednesday August 5th, 2020
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The Secretary of Public Education (Esteban Moctezuma), informed that the school term will start on August 24th due COVID 19. 1   “Classes will be in person when the light is green following all the sanitary protocols, meanwhile, virtual classes are not entertainment broadcasts and classes will have curricular value,” said Esteban Moctezuma.   This […]
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22Jul

Nayib Bukele, the President of El Salvador, reversed the second phase of the reopening of economic activities scheduled for July 21st 

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  • On Wednesday July 22nd, 2020
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El Salvador Nayib Bukele, the President of El Salvador, reversed the second phase of the reopening of economic activities scheduled for July 21st , after evaluating recommendations from experts and health authorities related to the coronavirus epidemic.7 The President reiterated on Saturday, July 18th, his intention to reopen this week the export and manufacturing industry, and […]
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22Jul

The ministry of health announced that since this Saturday the statistics will be canalized by a digital platform

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  • On Wednesday July 22nd, 2020
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Guatemala The ministry of health announced that since this Saturday the statistics will be canalized by a digital platform. Guatemala reported the first case on March 15th, and since then Alejandro Giammattei ordered several measures to contain the pandemic as closing borders and the prohibition of public transportation. He established a partial curfew and the […]
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22Jul

According to the government, new measures will apply from this week until July 31st. The reopening of establishment and vehicle restriction will depend on the alert in each district.

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  • On Wednesday July 22nd, 2020
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Costa Rica According to the government, new measures will apply from this week until July 31st. The reopening of establishment and vehicle restriction will depend on the alert in each district. The only establishments that can open in orange alert are: supermarkets, bakeries, funeraries, banks and financial services, this establishments can operate at a 50% […]
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22Jul

The head of government (Claudia Sheinbaum) announced this Friday July 17th that Mexico City will continue in orange light.

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  • On Wednesday July 22nd, 2020
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The head of government (Claudia Sheinbaum) announced this Friday July 17th that Mexico City will continue in orange light. She informed that the city is not prepared for the yellow light yet. The reopening of activities like: shops, hotels, restaurants, street markets, beauty parlors and shopping centers will continue, at 30% of their capacity.1   […]
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22Jul

The Colombian government has decided to extend the stay at home order

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  • On Wednesday July 22nd, 2020
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The Colombian government has decided to extend the stay at home order*[1] until the first of August, with some important modifications to support the reopening of the economy and their citizen’s quality of life. The new government decree (No. 990 of July 9, 2020) contains 44 exceptions, applicable during the next 15 days of the […]
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22Jul

The new era of the USMCA

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  • On Wednesday July 22nd, 2020
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The treaty between Mexico, the United States and Canada marked a new beginning after 26 years ending the era of the USMCA. This agreement will give rise to new chapters on labor, environmental and energy matters. Coming into force on July 1, 2020, after marathon transactions for a year between the three countries involved. In […]
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08Jul

El Salvador government was supposed to enter to the second phase of the economic reopening

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  • On Wednesday July 8th, 2020
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El Salvador government was supposed to enter to the second phase of the economic reopening, however the government authorities reported that it will be postponed for other 15 days due to the increase in cases of COVID-19. Initially the reopening plan of phase two was considered for July 7th. But, those activities will be postponed […]
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08Jul

The Ministry of Economy informed that according to the health and security measures issued by the Ministry of labor and social security on June 14th, 2020

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  • On Wednesday July 8th, 2020
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The Ministry of Economy informed that according to the health and security measures issued by the Ministry of labor and social security on June 14th, 2020, companies must ask authorization to the government in order to start with the transportation of their staff. Security guidelines are as follows:   Coordinate lines to board the bus […]
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08Jul

Due to the increase in COVID 19 cases, the government informed that they wouldextend the orange alert through more districts within the country.

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  • On Wednesday July 8th, 2020
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Due to the increase in COVID 19 cases, the government informed that they would extend the orange alert through more districts within the country. The measures will apply from July 3rd to July 13th and are as follows: During the week: Comercial activity can operate from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. except for churches, public […]
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08Jul

The Head of Government, informed that Mexico City continues in “orange light” of COVID-19

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  • On Wednesday July 8th, 2020
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The Head of Government (Claudia Sheinbaum), informed that Mexico City continues in “orange light” of COVID-19 and the reopening of shopping malls will be postponed until July 08th. 1   For the cities that are in orange light, government informed which establishments can operate: hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, parks, plazas and open public spaces at […]
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08Jul

Colombia begins the second half of 2020 with the desire to reactive the economy

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  • On Wednesday July 8th, 2020
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Colombia begins the second half of 2020 with the desire to reactive the economy, while giving special attention to the increase in cases in Bogotá, Cali, Barranquilla and Cartagena. In these cities the number of available ICU beds are approaching the limit. It is possible Colombia is entering the high peak of the coronavirus pandemic. […]
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23Jun

Mexico City will remain in red color

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  • On Tuesday June 23rd, 2020
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Mexico After three weeks of the “New Normal” and with the Epidemiological Traffic Light operating in the country, Mexico City will remain in red color. Originally the head of Government (Claudia Sheinbaum), indicated that the capital of the country would change to orange this Monday, June 22nd. However, she reported that the restart of commercial […]
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23Jun

Colombia prepares for return of domestic flights in July

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  • On Tuesday June 23rd, 2020
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As Colombia prepares for return of domestic flights in July, cities like Cartagena hope their economy will recover through tourism, a sector that has been unable to function during the pandemic. Municipalities and local governments along the coast are also drafting measures and protocols for the use of beaches. As for the new economic measures […]
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11Jun

Social distancing measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19

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  • On Thursday June 11th, 2020
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The second cycle of social distancing measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 continues in Colombia until June 30. Regional and local leaders have been granted the freedom to gradually resume economic activities in their territories. Currently the government’s priority is to focus on energizing the business sectors. As for air transportation, airports will continue […]
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11Jun

Mexico continues Phase 3 of coronavirus

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  • On Thursday June 11th, 2020
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Mexico Mexico continues Phase 3 of coronavirus. On June 1st started the ‘New Normality’, imposed by the Mexican Government, which is based in maintaining the operation of considered essential activities and just in some estates restarting operations of mining, construction, and automobile industries. The ‘New Normal’ includes an epidemiological four-step “traffic light” model that will […]
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21May

The Colombian government announced new COVID-19 measures

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  • On Thursday May 21st, 2020
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Colombia The Colombian government announced new COVID-19 measures, these measures come after the government consulted with the experts from the Ministry of Health and their assessment of the epidemic curve across various regions in the country. The current stay at home order is extended until May 31st, 2020. The state of emergency continues for 3 […]
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21May

Mexico continues to be on Phase 3 of coronavirus

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  • On Thursday May 21st, 2020
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Mexico Mexico continues to be on Phase 3 of coronavirus; recently the undersecretary of health Hugo Lopez-Gatell, informed that “serological surveys” will be carried out to recognize the proportion of people who currently has immunity to COVID-19. A serological survey is an interview to recognize certain characteristics: demographic and social but must importantly to acquire […]
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