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  1. When Coumadin became unavailable a few years ago, husband switched to Sintrom / Acenocoumarol which is the synthetic version of Coumadin. Costs much less than Coumadin, easier on his body (not so much bruising), takes less medication to maintain INR. At least with Sintrom / Acenocoumarol or Coumadin / Warfarin you take take Vitamin K if you have a bleeding event. The other anticoagulant products, Eliquis, Pradaxa, Xarelto, are tougher to get bleeding under control. Lots of class action suits for them.
  2. SAT = San Antonio Tlayapacan The community between Walmart and Hospital San Antonio
  3. Unless something has changed here is what we were told: You will need to have the following documents Original and Copy (black and white, please) : *PASSPORT (only where the picture is) *INMIGRATION CARD (both sides) *CURP CARD (copy from Internet or if you got it in the INM Office) *PROOF OF RESIDENCE (utility bill in your name or letter from Presidencia Municipal) *BLOOD TYPE (only to know it)
  4. If you have a US passport you won't be going to any EU countries regardless of the test.
  5. Most of the larger hospitals have their own blood banks. You could put your self on a donor list and they could call you when in need.
  6. Omar at Cadillac Furniture makes and sells wicker/rattan/synthetic (call it what you will) furniture He will make whatever you like; check the photos on this FB page https://www.facebook.com/cadillacfurniture/
  7. Well the EU has banned travellers from a number of countries (including the US) so if your passport is from one of the approved countries, then you're okay; if it isn't then travel to the EU is out of the question right now but things aren't looking good.
  8. Businesses etc are opening up; You never were confined to home; Everyone should wear a mask when in public; some businesses will not permit you in their establishment unless you are wearing a mask. Found this: OVER 60 OR HIGH RISK? STAY AT HOME Best advice from a Covid doctor who had Covid: "Please, please, stay home if you can. If you need to go out, WEAR A MASK! Do not touch your face. Wash your hands and sanitize often. I can't promise you won't end up in the hospital with COVID even if you do all of these things, but I promise it's the best shot you've got." FROM OUR GOVERNOR (posted June 29) “Pay close attention to Jalisco #COVID19 Semaphores and national rates. At the federal level we are in orange and our hospital capacity is at 25.9 %, that allows us to continue with the gradual reopening of our economy because people can't stand anymore without working, but we are still in the phase of individual responsibility. We are the third state with the lowest rate of accumulated cases, the fifth with the lowest active cases and the seventh with the lowest mortality rate. But mobility of people is still on the edge of green and that's a big risk because infections and deaths are on the rise. This is serious. In Jalisco we already regret 620 deaths due to #COVID19 620 families who lost a member to this virus that remains active and puts your life at risk and that of those who you love most. We cannot loosen up. If you have to go out, you'll find what you need, but take care of yourself with all the healing measures and #ReturnHome."
  9. Saw this on FB - Cristina Barreto is at her new office behind farmacia guadalajara in Ajijic. Called MOJO Dental (on FB) Encarnación Rosas 34, Local 3 Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico 45920 376 688 2731
  10. Huatulco is in Oaxaca 7.5 quake was near La Crucecita and Puerto Angel on this site - http://www.ssn.unam.mx/english/seismicity/latest-earthquakes/ 7.4 near San Miguel del Puerto if you google AND USGS has a 7.4 near Santa Maria Zapotitlan https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/#{"autoUpdate"%3A["autoUpdate"]%2C"basemap"%3A"grayscale"%2C"feed"%3A"1day_m25"%2C"listFormat"%3A"default"%2C"mapposition"%3A[[12.46876014482322%2C-101.0797119140625]%2C[16.804541076383455%2C-93.6090087890625]]%2C"overlays"%3A["plates"]%2C"restrictListToMap"%3A["restrictListToMap"]%2C"search"%3Anull%2C"sort"%3A"newest"%2C"timezone"%3A"utc"%2C"viewModes"%3A["list"%2C"map"]%2C"event"%3A"us6000ah9t"} So anyway 7.something magnitude quake in the state of Oaxaca this morning (June 23)
  11. You must have been confused the Driver's License office closed NOT the Recaudadora - which is for registration, renewal of plates, payment of speeding tickets - vehicle stuff. Different offices.
  12. https://mexicobusiness.news/talent/news/beards-and-ties-what-needs-go-mexicos-new-normal https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/coronavirus/queretaro-health-workers-asked-to-shave-their-beards/
  13. Yes they are still in business but likely busy with their animals.
  14. passed 4 unmarked pickups on the libramiento and one at walmart; all with lights and sirens going FAST. Walmart one was heading west.
  15. you could check out listings in lakeside version of the yellow pages under assisted living or nursing homes; https://www.imagenmx.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/2019DirectoryToUploadRevision1-a-1.pdf
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