Volume 4, Issue 39

From the week of June 28, 2020

Why most of the country and Cuenca haven’t gone back to RED, and probably won’t

Tracking the spread and outcome of the coronavirus in Ecuador: UPDATED FOR MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2020 First, we need to make it clear that at least one of the primary numbers used to determine the spread of the coronavirus—increase in the rate of positive cases and increase in the rate of deaths—has gone up in every province in the country. Yet, there...
Red or Blue doesn’t matter when you’re building a fence

Red or Blue doesn’t matter when you’re building a fence

This week we heard that a couple who had been regular customers at our restaurant, were selling all of their things and moving back to the US. In fact, she had already left, and he was staying behind to sell of the last of the things they had collected here over time....

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How to Help in Ecuador’s Response to COVID-19

How to Help in Ecuador’s Response to COVID-19

Ecuador is confronting the COVID-19 pandemic with support from national and international public and non-profit organizations, the private sector, and private individuals. For those interested in learning more about organizations helping Ecuador respond to this public...

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Interprovincial bus travel continues to be on hold

Interprovincial bus travel continues to be on hold

The owners of the interprovincial and intercantonal buses continue to await authorization from the Cantonal Emergency Operations Committee (COE) to resume service in and out of Cuenca, despite the fact that they’ve been authorized by the Minsitry of Transport and...

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