Mexico in the news: Rabies, tourism and the president
Dec 22, 2019 | A Great Read |
- Mexico Daily News reports, “Mexico has become the first country in the world to be certified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as free from human rabies transmitted by dogs.”
- Expats living in Mexico beyond the 180-day limit without the proper paperwork could be in trouble, according to this San Diego Reader article.
- The Los Angeles Times recently featured Todos Santos in an uninteresting travel story.
- This is an interesting article from the Washington Post about Mexico’s president.
- Drug cartels are moving into Mexican tourist towns as reported by Bloomberg.
What a diverse array of articles covering your current home. I think the one about rabies is very interesting and quite surprising.
Thanks for keeping us in your loop. Fun living vicariously.
Why include an “uninteresting” travel story? Was it too much “buy an ad” style?! From your wiseass PR friend. Happy New Year!