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June 25, 2020
The Ministry of Health (SS) and the General Health Council (CSG) are the only authorities empowered to issue protocols or guidelines for general compliance with respect to Covid-19; thus, the ‘Safe Travels’ seal issued by WTTC and other groups are only opinions based on little or no safety verification. As PVDN has been reporting, the...
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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Puerto Vallarta government is asking people not to go to the beach for more than four hours to avoid crowds. The local government issued a series of recommendations after its gradual reopening on June 15 due to coronavirus in order to avoid further infections. In general, public beaches are...
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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...
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The Ministry of Health (Ssa) reported this Thursday during the press conference on the advance of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) in the country that, to date, 202,901 accumulated confirmed cases have been registered in Mexico, and 25,060 deaths. Today, Mexico added 6,104 new cases and 736 deaths from COVID-19. The State of Jalisco reported 10,387...
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In Mexico, dengue infections increased in the first half of the year. Compared to January 1 to June 15, 2019, and 2020, the positive cases went from 2,882 to 4,045. And the worst infection period comes with the arrival of the rains and the proliferation of the transmitting mosquito. However, the National Center for Preventive...
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Six months after the first case of coronavirus became known in China, a consensus begins to form in science about how people get infected. Contrary to what was originally believed, there are many researchers who claim that it is rare to get coronavirus by contacting a contaminated surface, as well as during a fleeting and...
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The death toll from a powerful earthquake that struck southern Mexico on Tuesday has risen to 10 people, authorities said on Wednesday, as locals began clearing the rubble and assessing the damage from the temblor. The area surrounding the popular Huatulco beach resort in the southern state of Oaxaca was hardest hit by the 7.4...
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