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Storm season adds to pandemic worries for Mexico, C. America

Credit: SeattlePI.com- Published on June 4, 2020
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Weeks ago, civil defense officials in Mexico’s Tabasco state, one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic and now Tropical Storm Cristobal, asked health authorities for daily lists of infections in vulnerable communities.

State civil defense chief Jorge Mier y Terán designated a shelter in each...
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Published on June 2, 2020 -  00:40
Warm Oceans, Calm Breezes Add Up To An Early Hurricane Season
The Atlantic hurricane officially began on Monday, and the very next day, Tropical Storm Cristobal spun up in the Gulf of Mexico. Forecasts called for this to be a busy season, and according to Gizmodo Earther, it’s clearly off to a roaring start. Warm ocean waters and low wind make an atmosphere ripe for storms. While the quick start doesn’t guarantee the rapid pace of storms will continue, it’s nevertheless a worrying sign in a world full of stress.

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