A man identifies his 74 year old father behind a protective panel who died of coronavirus-related complications at General Hospital No.1 in Tijuana, Mexico on May 6, 2020.
Marialena and her husband Ramon Ruvalcaba sit outside of their home in Puerto Nuevo, a community in Rosarito Beach Municipality in the Mexican state of Baja California on April 25, 2020. Ramon says the Mexican government is not helping, there is no work and wonders how people will survive and support their families. He doesn't feel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is real and doesn't understand why there is no tourism.
Gravediggers get ready to carry a coffin to a burial plot at Tijuana Municipal Cemetery No.13 of Jesus Osario Flores who died from coronavirus (COVID-19) on April 24, 2020.
Tens of thousands of women marched through the streets of Mexico City to highlight the violence against women for International Women's Day on March 8, 2020. There were some women hiding their faces, destroying storefronts, spray painting buildings and throwing petrol bombs.
Part of a sign reading "It's called patriarchy" is seen in a burnt pile in Zocalo square during International Women's Day protest in Mexico City, Mexico March 8, 2020.
A passenger from China's Hainan Airlines flight HU7925 from Beijing wears a mask while waiting for her ride to her destination after arriving at the Tijuana International Airport in Tijuana, Mexico on January 27, 2020. Oscar Alonzo Pérez, Secretario de Salud de Baja California reports that that two passengers aboard the flight have a fever and one passenger has flu like symptoms. The three passengers will be monitored closely.
Every year people gather in Tultepec, Mexico for a week long celebration of San Juan de Dios a patron saint of fireworks. The festival consists of the Castles of Fire and the Burning of the Bulls. The bulls are made out of papier-mâché with fireworks shooting out of it going in different directions.
Souvenirs are displayed on the border fence the divides the US and Mexico in Mexicali on April 4, 2019.
Street peddlers sell souvenirs at the border crossing in Mexicali, Mexico on April 4, 2019. President Trump backs off threat to shut down the US border with Mexico to stop immigrant crossings and gives Mexico a one year warning.
Playas de Tijuana on December 9, 2018. At night the beach is lit up with lights from the U.S. side to help Border Patrol find people trying to cross illegally.
With growing frustration at the length of the asylum process, a dozen migrants decide to jump the border fence that divides the United States and Mexico on December 2, 2018 near Las Playas de Tijuana, Mexico.