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  1.    2021  2020  2019  2018  2017  2016  2015  2014  2013  2012  2011
                           
     Total  14.91
     (as of 7/22/21)
     31.26  26.68  32.24  30.29  40.03  41.13  31.15  28.52  29.33  32.84
                           
     January  0.02  0.64  0.20  0.09  0.00  0.23  0.03  0.00  2.28  0.17  0.00
     February  0.00  0.93  0.01  0.72  0.06  0.33  0.74  0.00  0.00  3.31  0.00
     March  0.00  0.00  0.00  0.00  0.08  0.16  3.73  0.01  0.00  0.01  0.00
     April  0.00  0.00  0.00  0.00  0.00  0.14  0.03  0.00  0.00  0.01  0.03
     May  0.70  2.06  0.01  3.90  0.13  1.90  3.48  1.73  0.79  0.36  0.00
     June  4.24  4.12  3.52  6.45  4.72  6.03  9.48  5.69  5.68  7.46  8.73
     July  9.95  7.27  6.84  5.05  8.69  8.06  9.36  7.12  4.53  5.59  13.20
     August    6.60  4.71  3.74  9.36  8.53  3.08  4.00  4.30  7.73  4.38
     September    9.19  4.47  6.50  5.37  8.05  5.96  7.64  6.66  1.82  3.19
     October    0.38  5.46  3.81  1.51  5.16  4.78  3.37  0.51  1.35  3.29
     November    0.00  1.34  1.97  0.37  1.25  0.02  1.43  1.68  0.98  0.00
     December    0.07  0.12  0.01  0.00  0.19  0.44  0.16  2.09  0.54  0.02
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  2. Conditions at

    10:30am
    6/28/21

    Temperature

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     Dew Point  59.5°F
     Humidity  84%
     Barometer  30.18in
      Rate 0.011in/hr
     Wind Direction  ENE
     Heat Index  69.2 °F
     UV Index  0.9
     Solar Radiation  84
     Rainfall  for Today  0.04 in
     Rainfall  for 24 Hours  0.06 in
     Last Rainfall date  6/28/21
     Total Rainfall since 1/1/2021  4.72 in
  3. Living in Ajijic I had my first dose of the Sinovac vaccine on day 1 at the malecon in Ajijic.  I had my second dose, on day 1 in Chapala.

    Today I went to the hospital/clinic on the carretera in Ajijic to have the test to check on my antibody level.  This requires a simple blood draw and you return a few hours later for the restult.  Cost $800

    My results were frankly devastating.  I have no (zero) antibodies.                                     Anticuerpos IgM   Negativo                                                                                                 Anticuerpos IgG    Negativo

    Nota:  Translated by Google  This test is presumptive, not confirmatory, so if a negative result is obtained, it does not indicate the absence of SARS-Cov-2 in the patient.  The correct interpretation of the the should be carried out by your treating physician, taking into account the laboratory result and medical history."

    The lab technician and the lady on the desk told me of two other locals who also had the test had no antibodies.   So, if you had the Sinovac do not assume you are protected by antibodies.  We need more people to take the test.                                                                                                         

     

     

     

     

  4. I hope you are all not telling me the ways I can pay my bill.  I have lived here 18 years and have seen everything Telmex, etc.,  can throw at us.   I suspect the Post Office is to blame for the delayed, late, missing bills.  The person who delivers the bill to my house is the man (I should remember his name) who was in the Ajijic post office all those years.  Now, he is in Chapala and somehow is expected to deliver our CFE and Telmex bills.    I still wonder when, or if I will receive my May Telmex bill........

  5. I am just back from Chapala having received my second vaccination. I was mislead, or misunderstood the wait time and the number of people that would be getting the shot.  I arrived at 7:40 AM and got in a very long line going south (I think) on the sidewalk.  I got in line at the Red Cross. I was talking with a Canadian, also in line and he had been there for his first shot.  He said there were 1000 people ahead of us  and it would take 5 hours. He was right on.  If I had known that I would have been there a whole lot earlier. There were untold people after us who kept coming.  Parking is quickly filled. I found a good spot one block over. Throughout the morning the line moves slowly and in spurts.  People come down the line and check your paperwork two or three times.  Make sure you have the original of your first shot and a copy of your CURP and Permanente (or whatever). English was not spoken by the people on the sidewalk.  At one point another lady came and gave me the number 462.  The Canadian explained that we were in the second group of 500 and once the first group were completed we would move more quickly into the park.  You are almost always in the shade in line. The last half hour in line moves more quickly.  Arriving at the gate to the park there is pure bedlam with large crowds around the gate.  There are police and staff so with your paperwork and your number just stay in your line and follow the person in front of you.  They count the people as the enter and when it was my turn to follow inside I heard someone yell 30 more in Spanish.  From there you file to one of three tents.  We were in tent #2 and it was there that I received my vaccination.  Slowly they come around to you and take your paperwork and ask you a few more questions.  Then the teams of people move quickly through the tent and administer the vaccination. You only have to wait 15 minutes after the shot but you need to get you final paperwork back also.  Once you get the final document  and the 15 minutes has elapsed you can leave. The actual processing in the tent is quick.  I arrived in line at 7:40 AM and I left at 1:25 pm.

     

     

     

     

     

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