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Emprendenews: Santa Claus is proof against COVID

Santa Claus is immune to COVID, the minimum wage will rise in Mexico through 2021 and much more.

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21, 2020

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On this Wednesday evening, the Council of Representatives of the National Commission on Minimum Wages (Conasami) decided that the minimum wage would increase by 15% by 2021. As a result, the minimum daily wage will rise from January 1st next year from 123.22 to 141.7 pesos per day. For the free zone of the northern border, the increase will rise from the current 185.56 Pesos to 213.19 Pesos.


Albert Bourla, CEO of the pharmaceutical company, announced that he had not used his own vaccine against the virus, explaining that the reason for such a decision was because it was not in the age group of those who should receive it first.


Bitcoin surpassed $ 20,000 for the first time in its history. Less than 24 hours later, the world's most popular cryptocurrency broke its own record and is now worth more than $ 23,000 per unit.


The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, confirmed that it will be until February 2021 for the Chamber of Deputies to decide whether or not to approve the federal law regulating cannabis.


American epidemiologist Maria van Kerkhove, who is in charge of monitoring the World Health Organization (WHO) pandemic, announced that Santa Claus is immune to the coronavirus and can give gifts on the night of December 24 to all children who are well have been.

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