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The municipal government of Puerto Vallarta has reinforced its preventive measures against people who do not abide by the recommendations to vacate the beaches during this quarantine, and may apply up to an arrest and a fine against reluctant tourists, Mayor Arturo Dávalos reported today. The extreme measures have been announced after the reporter Doraliz...
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Despite the Covid-19 pandemic in Mexico and the decision of the federal authorities to close beaches and recreational centers to mitigate the spread of the new coronavirus, people continue to visit the coasts, which has generated critical reactions, including from the United States Ambassador, Christopher Landau, who condemned the violent attitude of a foreign tourist...
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Despite the closure of beaches and recreational centers ordered by the authorities, on the beaches of Puerto Vallarta you can still see tourists sunbathing like in any holiday season. Reporter Doraliz Terrón reported this situation in a live broadcast when she was assaulted by a man in his 50s. “You can’t film us. You need...
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Blue-footed booby (Sula nebouxli) might not the most elegant name, but it’s the right one for this charming bird also known in Spanish as the pájaro bobo de patas azules, one of the most admired species by birdwatchers who come to the Riviera Nayarit. It’s called a “booby” because of its vague look and stumbling...
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We’re living in troubled times—COVID-19 has turned everything upside down, with panic-buying and emotions running high. We’re pummeled daily by fear, the news, social media, and it seems like nothing is going to get better, at least not in the short term. In the midst of all this uncertainty, there are some people who have...
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The Municipal Government of Puerto Vallarta is preparing to carry out the first installment of support for the food program, this Wednesday, April 8, aimed at helping 7,500 vulnerable families in the city, who are passing through difficult times due to the COVID-19 health emergency. This weekend, the mayor of Vallarta met with the heads...
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The state Health Secretariat reported today of two other deaths in Jalisco by COVID -19, including another in Puerto Vallarta. Fernando Petersen, Health Secretary, explained that the deaths were recorded yesterday. One corresponds to a 30-year-old man in Puerto Vallarta, who had hypertension and was admitted to an IMSS hospital in that municipality on March...
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The mayor of Puerto Vallarta, Arturo Dávalos, called on tourists and visitors not to visit the city while the health crisis continues. “This is not the time for tourists to come, it is not time for visitors to come, it is time for them to take shelter and stay at home, right now are not...
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The fourth death from COVID-19 in Jalisco was recorded at the General Hospital of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) in Puerto Vallarta, according to the State Public Health Laboratory through the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ). In addition, it reported five new cases in the state, for which 104 people were sick and four asymptomatic...
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Due to the closure of businesses in Puerto Vallarta because of the COVID-19 health emergency, which will temporarily leave thousands of workers unemployed in the city, the municipal president, Arturo Dávalos Peña, reiterated his call to employers to support their employees and not allow them to go homeless. The mayor recognized in the first place...
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The Governor of Jalisco announced this Wednesday that the state’s beaches and spas will be closed to prevent a spread of COVID-19 cases. During his press conference, he asked citizens to listen to the authorities and reiterated that this period of health emergency “is not a vacation.” He reiterated his request to citizens not to...
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Puerto Vallarta currently has four anchored cruise ships in the Bay, hosted by the Puerto Vallarta Captaincy, before the cancellation of all shipping operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The ships are Oosterdam, Westeram and Eurodam, as well as Norwegian Joy, from the shipping company Holland American Line. Some ships have been up to half...
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The municipality of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, has already registered its first positive case of coronavirus, reported the city Mayor, Arturo Dávalos Peña, who has announced that, for the worst case, they are already preparing a total of 500 graves. “Through Municipal Public Services, we are working in the pantheons, God forbid, and we all touch...
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The Jalisco Ministry of Health reported that seven new cases of COVID-19 were detected in the state, bringing the total to 94 people affected by the virus. He reported that, of the total, four cases are asymptomatic, and indicated that the confirmed cases are found in eight of the 125 municipalities in the state, these...
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The mayor of Puerto Vallarta, Arturo Dávalos Peña, has announced that in the face of the Covid 19 contingency, he has decided to reduce his salary by 50% and his directors by 20% in order to create an economic exchange to acquire pantries and support some 7,500 families from Vallarta with limited resources or who...
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