The state congress in Oaxaca published in its twitter account the approval of the modification of the Law of the Rights for Girls, Boys and Teenager that prohibits the sale, distribution and promotion unhealthy food products to minors.
I keep hearing about the “New Normal.” Isn’t that just a nice way of saying everything’s changing? And how good can change be when it’s happening all the time?
Often, locals have masks with them but keep them in their bags and only put them on when entering an establishment.
San Miguel de Allende, which was initially intent on reopening its economy in four phases (Phase 0, 1, 2 and 3), has gradually changed its mind. It has not yet reached Phase 1—the phase during which hotels were originally permitted to open—much less Phase 3, when social events can be reactivated, but it has implemented interim measures. The City Council approved the opening of hotels at 40 percent capacity and reactivation of weddings with an initial capacity of 150 people .
On August 5 of this year, the state of Guanajuato moved to orange the traffic light. This means the reactivation of some activities in the state. The Secretary of State Health Daniel Díaz Martínez and Mauricio Usabiaga Díaz Secretary of Sustainable Economic Development gave the announcement.
Here is a recipe that simplifies the task of preparing authentic, mouthwatering tandoori chicken. These wonderful ingredients will permeate your kitchen with the fragrance of an exclusive Indian restaurant!
As we shift gears now, from “urgency” mode to “new normal”, it’s useful to examine our new habits for ways to make them work for us in the longer term. Among our new habits is mask wearing. When we started wearing masks, we thought they were a short-term thing.
First cultivated in Egypt, then in Greece, figs became an ever-popular ingredient for ancient cooks. Here they add robust texture and natural sweetness to a Greek variation of roasted potatoes.
Today, the University of Oxford published preliminary results of a phase 1/2 trial of a vaccine they developed, the study suggests that the vaccine induces an immune response in addition to being safe.
Elements of the Ministry of Public Security refer a man and a woman to the separators, for contempt of authority, because they refuse to put on the mask in public streets.
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The San Miguel Community Foundation approved an extraordinary donation to several organizations whose income has decreased due to the global disease.
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We are still in the middle of the pandemic and are told to remain at home. For your entertainment, here is my review and ranking of three Netflix movies.
It’s quite possible that by this time you have run out of ideas about what to do during this
long lockdown period. Well, let me give you some suggestions that might interest you.