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Facemasks for Communities of San Miguel
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Facemasks for Communities of San Miguel

The charitable organization Amigos al 100 in conjunction with Casa Dragones donated KN95-style facemasks to the Patronato Pro Niños, La Biblioteca and the San Miguel Red Cross, to then be distributed to San Miguel communities that need them. The masks were designed by the Mexican fashion designer Carla Fernández with spaces for filters that help...

Mexico’s Vaccination Plan
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Mexico’s Vaccination Plan

Mexico’s Deputy Health Minister Hugo López Gatell, announced in the president's Dec. 8 morning conference that the coverage goal for the mass vaccination plan against COVID-19 is to vaccinate at least 75 percent of the population aged 16 and over by the end of 2021.

Urban Gallery in San Miguel de Allende
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Urban Gallery in San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende’s Department of Culture and Traditions started the “urban gallery” project through which, in its first edition, the Malanquín “cajón” bridge has been decorated by 10 artists originating from or residing in San Miguel. It will be the first urban gallery in the state of Guanajuato. Guadalajara, Querétaro and Monterrey have previously...

Guanajuato and the Federalist Alliance
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Guanajuato and the Federalist Alliance

The 10 governors who comprise the Federalist Alliance spoke out against next year's federal budget for the states. On Oct. 26 each state broadcasted a synchronized proclamation in opposition by governors, citizens and government officials.

Civil Protection Invites Youth to Become Involved
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Civil Protection Invites Youth to Become Involved

The director of San Miguel Civil Protection, Josafat Enríquez, invited residents between the ages of 18 and 29, to become part of the team through the Youth Building the Future program spearheaded by the Department of Labor and Social Prevention (STPS). Enriquez pointed out that recruitment is open from Oct. 15-25 or until spots are...

San Miguel Increases Health Measures
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San Miguel Increases Health Measures

The municipal government of San Miguel de Allende indicated an increase in COVID-19 cases due to the Day of the Dead celebrations. Mayor Luis Alberto Villareal explained that health measures relaxed within the municipality following the state epidemiological traffic light switch to yellow.