Aguas Por Los Cocos AseZIHnos

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Tuesday, July 14, 2020, 18:35 (20 days ago) @ Timmac

If I’m reading things right on June 30 there were 122 cases and now there are 255. A smidge more than doubled in 15 days. That’s about the same as Texas and Arizona who are at 16 days. Florida is at 20 days. Washington state is at 20 days. California at 38 and about to close down again. Hopefully, we will all see improvement soon.

I think there are actually more cases but that many people won't go to a doctor or a hospital because they have no money and they are afraid of what might happen at the hospital.

The other problem no one is talking about are people dying from hunger. No one is keeping track of them, but it goes without saying that without money for food people die. I'm afraid this will be the horror show that may never come to light because it isn't happening on social media or the popular news outlets. Almost no one pays attention to what happens to the folks in the sierra of Guerrero. They are truly a forgotten and abandoned people. The horrors that they live through that never make the news has always weighed heavy on me. I tried keeping a blog about some of it years ago, but no one paid any attention so I didn't want to continue risking my life if no one was going to read about what I was trying to bring attention to. Hell, they killed Lic. Digna Ochoa, a lawyer defending the environmentalists in the sierra of Petatlán, and got away with it when AMLO was the mayor of Mexico City. I held that against him for years.

En La Montaña de Guerrero, el reto es sobrevivir al coronavirus y al hambre

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