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Message from Baja California Sur Government

What is the coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that circulate between humans and animals; They cause respiratory illnesses ranging from the common cold to more serious illnesses. How is it transmitted? It is transmitted from an infected person to others through the air, by coughing and sneezing; touching or shaking the hand of […]

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Campaign Transpeninsular Sin Celular

Campaign Transpeninsular Sin Celular A press conference was held on June 6, 2018 at Koral Center Los Cabos, Baja California Sur to introduce the new Transpeninsular Sin Celular Campaign. Transpeninsula Highway Without Cellular Campaign. During August of  2018 the parent´s board of Centro Escolar Picacho Community (school) created a campaign to educate the public and held […]

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Humanitarian Efforts Continue Following Tropical Storm Lidia

The damage wreaked by tropical storm Lidia were not limited to the Los Cabos region, and neither have been the humanitarian efforts to help those most affected. Los Cabos residents have been among those spearheading volunteer efforts in Los Cabos as well as nearby communities including Miraflores, Santiago, Las Animas, Barnabe, Agua Caliente, and more. […]

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How to Prepare for a Hurricane in Los Cabos

How to Prepare for a Hurricane in Los Cabos, Baja This is an update of the post we published in 2016. It is a good reminder for all of us to stay vigilent. Los Cabos weather is beautiful, with sunny days almost year-round. There is a storm season, however, which typically lasts August–October; hurricane lasts […]

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Tropical Storm Lidia: You Asked. We answer.

Los Cabos recovery efforts following tropical storm Lidia continue. We recently invited Los Cabos Magazine and Los Cabos Guide readers to share their questions, and writer Fernando Rodriguez set out to get answers. How are the highways?  The primary highways are mainly clean. Some of the lateral roads (in front of Costco) still have piles […]

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How to Prepare for a Hurricane in Los Cabos

How to Prepare for a Hurricane in Los Cabos How to Prepare for a Hurricane in Los Cabos – Los Cabos weather is beautiful, with sunny days almost year-round. There is a storm season, however, which typically lasts August–October; hurricane lasts May 15–November 30. With very little rain most of the year, any significant precipitation […]

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