When the first case of monkeypox was reported in Jalisco, in Puerto Vallarta, the State Department of Health (SSJ) began weekly reports on new cases, the location of cases, and how many cases that week were reported. Today, that transparency has ended.
Jalisco records the most cases in Mexico, outside of Mexico City, yet the SSJ has never disseminated information about monkeypox or issued any health warnings or recommendations on their social networks, and their weekly reports can only be found on their website if you know where to look. Getting information about monkeypox in the state . . .