15 Miami public school staff members die of COVID in just 10 days

A 30-year teaching veteran was one of 15 Miami-Dade County public school staff members who died of.

Are migrants fueling a COVID-19 surge on the US-Mexico border?

Hundreds of Central American asylum seekers awaited coronavirus test results under tents in a park.

Monday, August 30th, thousands of students return to school after 17 months

The educational system starts up facing challenges such as lag, abandonment, violence and the a.

American Anti-Mask ‘Freedom Rally’ Organizer Fights For His Life With COVID

A Texas man who helped organize protests against pandemic restrictions is fighting for his life.

A whole town in Texas closes with half its population infected with COVID-19

Iraan, a small oilfield town of 1,200 people in west Texas, has been struck so.

Anti-vaxxer from Alabama told pharmacists in Missouri they could be “executed” if they carry out COVID-19 vaccine shots

A man, who calls himself the “Vaccine Police,” entered a Walmart in Springfield, Missouri to.

More than 1,000 COVID deaths reported in one single day in the U.S.

The United States reported more than 1,000 COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, equating to around 42.

Raymond Burke, former Archbishop of St. Louis, Missouri, who criticized the vaccine, is on a ventilator

Most days during the coronavirus pandemic, Cardinal Raymond L. Burke could be found strolling down.

CDC keeps adding countries to its Covid “Do Not Travel” list

Leisure air travel is booming, but with COVID-19 cases soaring in the U.S., the airline industry.

Travel brands can play an important role in helping holidaymakers understand travel protocols and guidelines

Travel brands can engage with potential travellers at various stages of the consumer journey to.

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Invasion and massive destruction of mangroves in Chicxulub Puerto

Inhabitants of Chicxulub Puerto ask to stop the destruction of mangroves, while municipal authorities point out the need to punish…

Title 42 has empowered U.S. agents to turn back over one million migrants to Mexico and other countries

 For thousands of migrants who have waited for months in northern Mexico, Monday was supposed to mark the moment when…

Progreso Marinas report an increase of up to 30 percent in port departures

Yucatan commercial marinas reported an increase in activity off the coast of Progreso, due to the transit of pleasure boats,…

Environmental Impact studies for the Maya Train will be submitted for public consultation

The Environmental Impact Statement (MIA) of the Mayan Train, Section 5 South, was entered by the National Fund for the…

The Jurassic Trail aims to be an economic trigger for the port of Progreso

The Jurassic Trail continue with the task of Mayor Julián Zacarías Curi and continue with their preparation for the opening…