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Yesterday, Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, confirmed that he has tested positive for COVID-19 once again.
Mérida teenagers between 15 and 17 were given a second dose of Pfizer vaccine on Saturday. Photo: Courtesy
A group of Canadian influencers is stranded in Cancun and along Mexico’s Caribbean coast after Sunwing refused to let them board their flight back home.
After 19 months of being closed to the public over concerns of COVID-19 infections, the archaeological site of Kabah is now open to visitors.
The new year got off to a bad start on the coronavirus front. Post-Christmas cases have jumped...
Hours before the height of Yucatán's New Year's Eve celebrations, the state health department sent a sobering message about the resurgence of...
Yucatán Health Secretary Mauricio Sauri Vivas said 13 Omicron cases have been confirmed in the state. Photo: Screengrab Thirteen...
Booster shots for Yucatán residents over 60 were administered in Baca, Homún, Cansahcab, Abalá, Hocabá, Celestún, Panabá, and Akil. Photo: Courtesy
Updated 6:20 p.m. Wednesday with updated data Coronavirus infections have quadrupled in a week,...
A lab that offers coronavirus tests was packed with customers on Tuesday morning. Photo: Carlos Rosado van der Gracht
Approximately 400,000 people are expected to crowd the streets of Mérida's Centro on Christmas Eve.
Coronavirus in Yucatan Coronavirus fatalities in Yucatán have been no more than one each day for more than...
COVID-19 booster shots will be available for Mérida residents 60 and over starting Thursday.
The development of Mexico’s Patria COVID-19 vaccine appears to be nearly a year behind schedule.
For the second year in a row, Yucatan's Catholic archdiocese is urging its faithful to not assist to large events commemorating the day of the Virgin of Guadalupe on Dec. 12.
Yucatán has entered the lowest level of alert, but don't expect crowds like this to return anytime soon. Photo: Carlos Rosado...
File photo With new health precautions, the nighttime version of Mérida's popular community bike ride returns tonight.
Yucatán will stay yellow on its COVID-19 epidemiological traffic light for at least one more week.
As infections continue to decrease, the tourism industry on Mexico’s Caribbean coast seems to be doing better than ever.