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May 6, 2020
Hoteliers in Puerto Vallarta seek to be certified as a COVID Zero destination to be prepared by the end of the year to receive international tourism by complying with the most demanding hygiene protocols. In addition, they are preparing a strong promotion strategy to help hotels recover from the cancellation of most reservations due to...
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The twelfth cruise ship to arrive in Puerto Vallarta for humanitarian reasons arrived this Wednesday, according to the Integral Port Administration (API). The Seven Seas Splendor ship, which belongs to the Regen Seven Seas Cruises, arrived with 125 crew of different nationalities but without passengers, the API stressed. They reported that the cruise ship from...
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Mexico’s health ministry on Wednesday reported 1,609 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infections and 197 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 27,634 cases and 2,704 deaths. The government has said the real number of infected people is significantly higher than the confirmed cases. To date, Mexico has only tested 93,441 people for...
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Watch Vallarta’s ‘Diva of Song,’ Kim Kuzma, and her PV band, on Facebook & Instagram as they bring Mexico and Canada to the comfort of your home for the FIRST TIME ever online! Kim and the band have made a name for themselves here in Puerto Vallarta, with Eduardo Leon on guitar, Guicho Dominguez/ Luis...
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Belgian graffiti artist CAZ refreshes a work he did in support of the medical staff amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Wetteren, Belgium April 30, 2020. REUTERS/Yves HermanA man wearing a face mask walks past a mural by street artist Maupal, created to pay homage to late Gene Deitch, the author of “Tom and...
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Rarely used in Latin America outside hospitals before the coronavirus pandemic, face masks are now compulsory for subway riders, supermarket shoppers and even joggers in some countries — and they’re becoming a colorful part of the region’s daily life. Motifs showing up on masks are varied, often reflecting local cultures. There are lucha libre-themed masks...
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Up to four major hurricanes will be recorded during the tropical cyclone season on the Mexican Pacific coast, according to the Jalisco Regional Commander of Civil Protection and Firefighters, Arturo García Pulido. “We are talking about four events of great magnitude, that although we cannot bet, as it is a forecast, we are already talking...
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Faced with merchants’ demand that they be allowed to sell non-essential items, as large supermarkets offer, the Puerto Vallarta City Council today ordered supermarket managers to only offer essential items within their establishments. The information was reported by Francisco Vallejo, Secretary-General of the Puerto Vallarta City Council, after a little more than fifty merchants, from...
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Mexico is one of the countries that has documented lower numbers of COVID-19 infections compared to China, Italy, or the United States, although it is worth mentioning that Mexico has tested less than 90,000 people since February while other countries are testing over 100,000 people daily. Although a possible decrease in transmission rates was forecast...
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Mexico recorded its deadliest day from COVID-19 on Tuesday with 236 fatalities, reaching a total of 2,507 dead since the beginning of the pandemic in late February. In addition, it was the first time that more than 200 deaths were recorded in a single day. The previous record was April 28 with 163 deaths in...
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