MCALLEN, Texas - The headline for a top story in The New York Times today reads “As Workers Fall Ill, U.S. Presses Mexico to Keep American-Owned Plants Open. In the story, reporter Natalie Kitroeff explains that workers in maquilas in...
In Tamaulipas, the health crisis resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning its most critical stage. Fortunately in Tamaulipas we have acted responsibly. Since January 15, we have installed the state technical committee on health, which has indicated the preventive...
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - Secretary of Public Education, Esteban Moctezuma Barragán has announced Mexican students will return to classes on June 1, 2020.  The move was announced at President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s news conference this morning, at the same time...
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - After initially targeting breweries for closure, deeming them “non-essential businesses”, the government is apparently reversing its course.  An article appearing in Mexican newspaper “El Universal” bears the headline: “Green light is given to reactivate the production of beer...
MEXICO CITY, Mexico - A recent English-language article written by a U.S. citizen living in Morelos is entitled: “Will We Be Stuck in Quarantine without Alcohol in Mexico?” Mexico has ordered nonessential companies to remain closed until April 30 as...
VICTORIA, Tamaulipas - The State of Tamaulipas is urging Mexican nationals in the United States not to return to their homeland for the Easter holidays. Traditionally, tens of thousands of paisanos would head south to see their loved ones during...
In 1987 the British historian Paul Kennedy forecasted the decline of the United States in his bestseller The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers.  Many prestigious academics criticized Kennedy by arguing no country was better prepared to lead the...
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - According to Milenio, a work stoppage is in effect for about 115,000 workers in the maquiladora sector of Sonora state, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Meanwhile in Tamaulipas, maquiladora activity continues normally.  “No we haven’t shut down,” says...
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - Elected officials in three of the northern states in Mexico want stricter enforcement at the border in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The mayor of Matamoros and three state senators from Nuevo Leon, Coahuila...
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - A team of 250 nurses are screening everyone that crosses into Tamaulipas from Texas at 15 land ports of entry. The medical workers are checking the body temperature of those making the southbound journey, applying antibacterial gel...

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