of Jalisco did more than the Feds were regulating (he felt they
were not taking it serious enough). Now hes resisting their
regulations, "Governor Enrique Alfaro has accused Deputy
Health Minister Hugo López-Gatell of allocating a “red light” to
his state on the federal government’s coronavirus risk “stoplight”
map because “he felt like it.”
"Alfaro claimed that the decision to revert Jalisco to red was
I get the politics in the US (most unfortunately) but don't
know what the conflict is here other than one of which path
to take. i.e. its not a liberal / conservative issue, as far as
I know (which isn't much). Is this about giving one state an economic edge
over another state?
"Jalisco’s regression to “red light” status came a week after
the governor himself warned that he would shut down the state
economy if coronavirus cases and hospital admissions continued to
Understandable to be confused after reading this article, it
is either poorly written or written exactly as it is. Is
the Gov saying one thing to cover his ass politically
but resisting the red light cause he knows the burden it puts
on people and/or IMO that it will only slow down a bit what is
going to happen anyway?
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