Mexico’s COVID-19 Traffic Light Monitoring System: News for November 23, 2020, to December 6, 2020

In an effort to control the spread of COVID-19, the Mexican federal government implemented a “traffic light” monitoring system in June 2020 to alert residents to the epidemiological risks in each of the country’s 32 states and provide guidance on restrictions on certain activities. The bimonthly monitoring system is aligned with health protocols to guide Mexico’s states through the country’s phased reopening plan. Below is a map for the period of November 23, 2020, to December 6, 2020, indicating the COVID-19 risk level in each of Mexico’s 32 states.

Mexico’s COVID-19 Traffic Light Monitoring System: News for August 3–16, 2020

As part of Mexico’s national response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government of Mexico has instituted a weekly traffic-light monitoring system with four criteria that each state must meet before proceeding to the next phase of the country’s reopening plan. Below is a map for the week of July 20, 2020, indicating the COVID-19 risk level in Mexico’s 32 states.

Mexico’s COVID-19 Traffic Light Monitoring System: News for the Week of July 27, 2020

As part of Mexico’s national response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government of Mexico has instituted a weekly traffic-light monitoring system with four criteria that each state must meet before proceeding to the next phase of the country’s reopening plan. Below is a map for the week of July 20, 2020, indicating the COVID-19 risk level in Mexico’s 32 states.

Mexico’s COVID-19 Traffic Light Monitoring System: News for the Week of July 20, 2020

As part of its response to COVID-19, the government of Mexico recently introduced a traffic-light monitoring system that classifies states with the help of four criteria that they must meet before proceeding to the next phase of Mexico’s reopening plan. Below is the map indicating the COVID-19 risk level in Mexico’s 32 states for the week of July 20, 2020.

Mexico’s COVID-19 Traffic Light Monitoring System: News for the Week of July 13, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government of Mexico has instituted a weekly traffic-light monitoring system with four criteria that states must meet before proceeding to the next phase of the country’s reopening plan. Below is a map for the week of July 13, 2020, indicating the COVID-19 risk level in Mexico’s 32 states.

Mexico’s COVID-19 Traffic Light Monitoring System: News for the Week of July 6, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government of Mexico has instituted a weekly traffic-light monitoring system with four criteria that states must meet before proceeding to the next phase of the country’s reopening plan. Below is a map for the week of July 6, 2020, indicating the COVID-19 risk level in Mexico’s 32 states.

USMCA Preview: Alternative Methods of Dispute and Temporary Relief for Vehicle and Light Truck Producers

After more than two years of deliberation, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement [T-MAC in Mexico] will enter into force on July 1, 2020. The three-nation agreement includes a key element employers may want to take note of—employers and unions will be able to negotiate disputes through alternative methods of dispute resolution.

Delay the USMCA? Business Leaders Call for Postponing Implementation of the ‘New NAFTA’

The United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) was signed by U.S. President Donald Trump, former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on November 30, 2018. The USMCA was designed to update and replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Canada was the last of the three signatories to ratify the deal.

Mexico Institutes Measures to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 in the Workplace

As of March 24, 2020 and effective until April 19, 2020, the Mexican government implemented a number of measures aimed at stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus, and the illness it causes, COVID-19. The latest regulation, which the Official Gazette of the Federation (Diario Oficial de la Federación) recently published, requires employers and individuals to comply with a number of preventive and obligatory measures.

Mexico’s Femicide Movement and the March 9 National Stoppage: Guidance for Employers

Recently Mexico has been facing a considerable and seemingly uncontrollable increase in femicide cases. In 2019, more than 3,825 women were killed, and the rate of femicide in Mexico increased by 6 percent from 2018. Currently, 10 to 15 women are killed every day, presumably due to their gender. An analysis conducted by the national institute of statistics and geography—the Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI)— established that over 50 percent of Mexican women have suffered violence because of their gender.

USMCA Review: A New Deal for Labour in the ‘New NAFTA’

The United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) is a free-trade pact that was agreed to by U.S. President Donald Trump, then-president of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on November 30, 2018. This agreement changes the current rules governing North American trade contained in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

Mexico’s New Requirements to Validate Existing Collective Bargaining Agreements: What Employers Need to Know

On July 31, 2019, Mexico’s Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare or Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsión Social (STPS) published in the Official Gazette of the Federation (Diario Oficial de la Federación) (DOF) the protocol to legitimize currently existing collective bargaining agreements (CBAs).

The Roma Effect: IMSS Announces Test Program to Extend Benefits to Domestic Employees in Mexico

There are about 2.4 million domestic employees in Mexico, 95 percent of whom are women and do not have social security benefits. The Mexican Supreme Court of Justice recently held that it is not legal to exclude domestic employees from the country’s social security system, which is administered by the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS).