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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 just six days into the month of July, Puerto Vallarta’s COVID-19 numbers are already nearing the figures experienced during the entire month of June. In just 5 days, 176 new infections have already been registered and 16 people have lost their lives to the coronavirus. In all of June, there were 228 cases of...
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Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Puerto Vallarta once again registered a drop in air passenger traffic. In the month of June, it registered 35,800 passengers, this represents a decrease of 90.3% both in the national and international markets, this according to the monthly report of the Pacific Airport Group . The airport registered a...
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The positivity of cases diagnosed in Puerto Vallarta has increased, to the degree that currently, one out of every two tests is positive for a new SARS-CoV2 coronavirus. In the last two weeks, the cases of COVID-19 diagnoses have increased 19%, going from an initial 20% to 25% average, to later in June being 36%....
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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico has reopened with health and safety protocols in place for both local residents and businesses. More than 45 hotels have reopened to visitors, and those properties are limiting occupancy to 30 percent. They’ve also modified access to on-site restaurants, pools, and beaches. A second group of hotels will open this month for...
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After 31 days of the return to the “new normal”, a strategy that aims to achieve the orderly and gradual reopening of the economic, social, and educational life of Mexico, the Ministry of Health (SSa) released the most relevant information on the coronavirus epidemic in the country. As of this Wednesday, July 1, there have...
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Shortly after the Governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro Ramírez, announced that the process of hospital reconversion in Puerto Vallarta had concluded in order to increase capacity for patients infected with coronavirus, the Regional Hospital was saturated. For more than an hour, a patient was held in an ambulance before he could be received inside the...
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The body of a male between 25-30 years old was found floating in the Ameca River, in the municipality of Puerto Vallarta. Municipal Police personnel reported that the finding occurred at noon on Tuesday in the river bed at the point known as Paso del Guayabo, on the border with the state of Nayarit. Neighbors...
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The National Small Business Chamber of Commerce, CANACOPE, in Puerto Vallarta, welcomes the decision of the Government of Jalisco to allow the opening of more businesses, starting next Monday, and that there will be more economic support for this business sector. However, concern also persists because that means more people on the streets, when citizens,...
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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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The reopening of the beaches of Puerto Vallarta has been carried out in an orderly manner and with strict care, such as the commitment of the entrepreneurs in the tourism sector who have limited occupancy to 25 percent, said the Governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro. Beaches in Nayarit have remained closed, resulting in the beaches...
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The Riviera Nayarit is home to several important areas designated as Protected Natural Areas (PNA), which together comprise our destination’s greatest natural treasure. The PNAs were created to conserve our natural patrimony through the proper stewardship of these areas, as well as allow for significant income generation for the people living in their vicinity. Thanks to the...
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