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May 27, 2019
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador vowed on Monday to alleviate a medicine shortage in public hospitals, pledging to shop abroad for essential drugs if necessary and blaming the situation on companies upset about his crackdown on overpricing. The government promised on Friday to release about $126 million (2.4 billion pesos) to help alleviate shortages...
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Incanto once again features many local acts as the summer season begins. Three of those will be special concerts by established popular local artists Anais Belloso, Jose Carlos, and singer-songwriter Edgar Roxha. Anais Belloso’s love themes and tales of broken hearts evoke beautiful simple lyrics and lovely melodies. Her first released original song, ‘El café’,...
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miniso puerto vallarta
The Japanese store Miniso has arrived in the city of Puerto Vallarta with a brand new store in the Galerias Vallarta shopping center, located on Francisco Medina Ascencio. The fashion, accessories and household items chain inaugurated its first store in the port of Jalisco on Friday, May 24, reaching six stores in Jalisco. Prior to...
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Puerto Vallarta will be the first city in Mexico to launch the new ‘Mi Transporte’ transportation model, aligned with the integrated mobility policy of the Government of Jalisco. This means that bus routes will be changing, and units will have prepaid systems using debit card-style passes to ride buses, of which most will now run...
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Imperial Beach’s entire shoreline has been closed to swimmers after sewage-contaminated runoff has flowed into California from Mexico’s Tijuana River. The San Diego Union-Tribune reports the San Diego County Department of Environment Health issued the order Sunday, expanding the closure that has been in place for months for a part of the coast. Officials say...
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Some police officers were reported to have made anonymous complaints of being forced to participate in Puerto Vallarta’s Gay Pride Parade. The gay pride parade, which took place Thursday on the Malecon in Puerto Vallarta, caused some annoyance with police officers, as they were forced to participate and not everyone agreed. Local police allegedly made...
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