Today is Wednesday May 27 and these are the main news of the day:
1. Today the restaurants in Miami, Hialeah and Miami Beach reopen their doors, at half capacity and under very strict and expensive measures. The owners have had to invest in sanitary and disposable supplies, in order to adapt to this new reality. The reopening occurs after more than two months of attending only through windows or delivery services.
2. Telemundo 51 spoke to the man and woman who rescued little Alejandro Ripley, the first time his mother threw him into the water, on 103rd Avenue and Kendall Drive. It took between 5 and 10 minutes to get it out because the boy was not collaborating. Someone said to call the police, but the mother, Patricia Ripley, refused. Minutes later, according to police, he drowned him in a nearby channel.
3. In Washington, the Republican Majority Leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, spoke about the possibility of another economic stimulus package. He said there could be another bill that will not be the one that the House of Representatives recently passed.
4. The Supreme Court of Costa Rica legalized same-sex marriage, thus becoming the first country in Central America to do so.
The decision comes after an opinion from the 2018 Inter-American Court of Human Rights that determined that a homosexual couple has the same rights as a heterosexual couple.
5. The Miami Zoo announced that it will reopen its doors on June 1, with limited visitor capacity and certain security requirements. Those interested should buy the tickets in advance through the internet. The park will impose a daily limit to ensure social distancing and the mandatory use of masks.
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