Esquites or Ezquites comes from the Nahuatl word Ízquitl, from Icehqui meaning 'toast' (in Spanish, tostar). Esquites are a very popular Mexican dish throughout the country, but especially in the central zone, made from the grain of the elote (tender corn).
Without a doubt, one of the most fascinating phenomena of nature is that of bioluminescence, which at first sight we might consider inexplicable, but as we shall see, the latter is not so.
The word ex-voto comes from the Latin "ex voto", which means "from a vow"; that is, something that is promised to be done when a favor is fulfilled or received. Not only do ex-votos have a religious significance attributed to them by the faithful, but they are also works that give an account of the history, organization, and beliefs of a society....
Barely 6% of women in Mexico who have a job earn more than 12,000 pesos a month, according to the association Acción Ciudadana Frente a la Pobreza (Citizen Action Against Poverty).
As of November 24, 2020, there are 1,060,152 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Mexico. There have been 1,283,714 negative cases, 102,739 confirmed deaths, and 791,516 recoveries. Nationally, 37% of general hospitalization beds and 31% of ventilator beds are occupied.
The Plenary of the Senate of the Republic approved in general and in particular the integral regulation of both the consumption and the trade of marijuana in Mexico for recreational and medicinal purposes, by which Article 81 of the Federal Health Law will be reformed.
Mexico's unemployment rate fell to 4.7% in October, from 5.1% in September, the local statistics institute reported Tuesday, amid a process of economic revival following the confinement of the coronavirus pandemic.
As of today, Cancun coronavirus cases reached 6,585 positive infections and 1,205 deaths. Benito Juarez (where Cancun is located) is the jurisdiction with the most cases in the state of Quintana Roo, followed by Solidaridad (Playa del Carmen).