Sunday - Apr 18, 2021
  • Many Chiapas citizens say no to Covid vaccination campaign

    Many Chiapas citizens say no to Covid vaccination campaign

    Official votes have been taken in many municipalities, where residents rejected the vaccination plan   by Mexico News Daily   Dozens of communities in a Chiapas municipality have officially said “thanks but no thanks” to Covid-19 vaccinations, following a stance already taken by residents of 24 other municipalities. “Only two people voluntarily wanted to get

  • Petition to remove movie about the Wasp Network from Netflix

    Petition to remove movie about the Wasp Network from Netflix

    by the El Reportero‘s news services   Those who sign this petition are upset that the film has a favorable view of the five Cuban spies who infiltrated anti-Castro organizations in Miami A group of Cubans devised a petition on the Change platform to request Netflix to remove the film about Red Avispa. According to

  • An avocado a day helps keep “bad” cholesterol at bay

    An avocado a day helps keep “bad” cholesterol at bay

    The nutrient-rich superfood also boosts your heart health   02/05/2021 / By Brocky Wilson   Avocados are a nutritious superfood that boost your overall health in many ways. These oversized berries are extra rich in fiber, antioxidants and healthy fats. Thanks to their impressive fat content, they help your body better absorb fat-soluble nutrients, such as

  • Essential but disposable: how California farmworkers battle COVID-19

    Essential but disposable: how California farmworkers battle COVID-19

    by Jenny Manrique   Study reveals the high degree of exposure to the coronavirus in the fields and the profound impact on the economy and mental health of these families   by Jenny Manrique, Ethnic Media Services   Feb 4, 2021 – In addition to high risk exposure to COVID-19, farmworkers in California have borne

  • Clinic and doctors declare themselves conscientious objectors and will not perform abortions in Argentina

    Clinic and doctors declare themselves conscientious objectors and will not perform abortions in Argentina

    by ACI Prensa Editorial   The Río Cuarto Medical Institute, located in the Argentine province of Córdoba, announced this Friday that, along with all its gynecologists and obstetricians, they declare themselves as conscientious objectors to the new law 27610 that would force them to provide abortions. “The Río Cuarto Medical Institute as well as all

  • At least 271 deaths, 9,845 adverse events after COVID vaccination so far: CDC data

    At least 271 deaths, 9,845 adverse events after COVID vaccination so far: CDC data

    por Raymond Wolfe   The data indicates that the deaths, reported by the vaccine injury tracking system for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, mostly occurred within 48 hours of the vaccine being administered   At least 271 people have died after being vaccinated for COVID-19 as of January 22, according to U.S. government data released on

  • Biden adviser vows to revoke Mexico City pro-life policy

    Biden adviser vows to revoke Mexico City pro-life policy

    por Editorial ACI Press   The government of the new president of the United States, Joe Biden, will reject the Mexico City policy in the “following days,” promised the White House adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci to a group of officials of the World Organization of the Health (WHO) on Thursday, January 21. “It will be

  • Francisco Fonceca dies in Managua, lived half a century in SF

    Francisco Fonceca dies in Managua, lived half a century in SF

    by Marvin Ramírez & Tito Wheelock   In a short time after the Covid-19 diagnosis, Francisco José Fonseca Chamorro, better known affectionately as ‘Chico Peineta’, gave his soul to the Creator on Thursday, January 28, 2021 in the city of Managua, Nicaragua. Born on April 2, 1945, he would be 75 years old. His parents

  • Family Resources in Palo Alto

    Family Resources in Palo Alto

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   The Peninsula Open Space Trust presents “Land and People: A Conversation with Dolores Huerta & Luis Valdez.” In this special talk, Huerta and Valdez will reflect on their long history in the Santa Clara Valley, their work in the struggles for social and environmental justice, and perspectives on