Volume 4, Issue 38
June 21, 2020
Country and Cuenca see improvement in one week

Country and Cuenca see improvement in one week

Tracking the spread and outcome of the coronavirus in Ecuador: UPDATED FOR MONDAY, JUNE 21, 2020 First, we need to notify readers of an update to the spreadsheet of information accompanying this report. You’ll notice that a new field “POSITIVE TESTS AS % TOTAL TESTS”...

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He saw hatred first-hand

He saw hatred first-hand

I was talking to an old friend from Colorado today, and since as I write this, tomorrow is Father’s Day, we started talking about both of our fathers who are no longer with us. Because we’ve been friends for over 20 years, I know a lot of stories about my buddy’s...

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Mining is not going away in Ecuador

Mining is not going away in Ecuador

While the entire nation has been busy watching COVID-19 infection rates and the tumbling economy, it seems mining companies have been eyeing Ecuador with an intent to expand drilling throughout the nation. In reviewing investor relations press announcements for the...

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COVID-19 has infected 3% of Cuenca

COVID-19 has infected 3% of Cuenca

About 3% of the population of Cuenca may have already had the coronavirus, according to the figures that the Municipality uses to determine the color change of the traffic light of epidemiologic restrictions. This was reported Friday by Mayor Pedro Palacios, who...

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Cuenca stays YELLOW for another week

Cuenca stays YELLOW for another week

Cuenca is now in its fourth week of YELLOW epidemiologic “traffic light” restrictions, after a measure to continue at this designation was approved by the Cantonal Emergency Operations Committee (COE), on Friday afternoon. Mayor Pedro Palacios, said that...

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