Puerto Vallarta has 19 shelters ready for the current hurricane season, in which some 2,000 people could be taken if necessary, while complying with sanitary measures that the pandemic demands.
Previously, these temporary shelters had the capacity to house some 4,400 people, but because the coronavirus pandemic requires healthy distances and strict sanitation measures, the capacity of these spaces will be reduced to 30 or 40 percent.
The buildings will be attended by personnel from the Municipal DIF, in coordination with Civil Protection and Fire and supported by civil organizations.
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