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July 7, 2020
The governor announced an “Emergency Button” plan that could stop activities in Jalisco if the growth of cases of the new coronavirus continues in the state. In a message through social networks, after the meeting of the Economic Reactivation Commission, the Jalisco governor warned that it is up to all citizens to prevent the activation...
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Despite the fact that social events are suspended due to the coronavirus epidemic, Covid-19, a clandestine party was held in Puerto Vallarta at Terra Noble. José Juan Velázquez Hernández, director of Inspection and Regulations of the Municipality, indicated that the place was closed early Sunday morning. “At 1:30 in the morning we went there, we...
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The Riviera Nayarit is a paradise of gorgeous beaches and spectacular sunsets that also gives visitors the chance to get up close and personal with nature through ecotours that focus on caring for and providing sustainability to the destination. Want to find out about some tours that have become popular for nature lovers? Read on!...
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With a total of 664 new cases of COVID -19, this Monday the State of Jalisco set a new record for infections. The last record of confirmed infections was registered on June 23 with 598 cases in 24 hours. With these, they add a total of 15,996 confirmed cases since last March, the month in...
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Although Mexico has passed the month of transitioning to the “new normal”, coronavirus infections continue to rise nationally. This July 7, an increase in infections has reached 189% “practically throughout the country”, while deaths reached 213% more during the reopening of the economy nationwide. During the 36 days of reopening, there were 171,000 infections and...
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Tropical Storm Cristina has formed in the eastern Pacific far off the coast of Mexico and forecasters at the U.S. National Hurricane Center said it is likely to beome that region’s first hurricane of the season. The storm centered about 480 miles (770 kilometers) south-southeast of Manzanillo, Mexico, had maximum sustained winds of 40 mph...
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