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Business owners in Puerto Vallarta express their concern about the possibility of stopping the economy due to the increase in coronavirus infections and the activation of the Emergency Button. Businessmen point out that preventive measures should be redoubled to avoid an increase in the number of coronavirus cases, which has steadily been increasing over the...
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Puerto Vallarta is the tourist destination with the highest recovery of hotel occupancy in Mexico, above other destinations such as Cancun or Mexico City. According to information from the research firm STR, Puerto Vallarta, as well as Tijuana, registered a hotel occupancy greater than 30% in August, a better record than other destinations in the...
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The recent case of a minor who suffered sexual abuse at the hands of a Puerto Vallarta official has increased concern about the trafficking networks and child prostitution in the city due to the ineffectiveness of the authorities. In Puerto Vallarta, there are local networks dedicated to the sexual exploitation of children that, together with...
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Due to the torrential rains registered over the last several days in Puerto Vallarta, landslides have been registered on the roads that lead to the city. The most recent landslide occurred this morning in the Talpa de Allende-Mascota section, where a large amount of stones and mud partially blocked the road. According to data from...
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Puerto Vallarta prepares to open artistic workshops offered by the municipal government, through the Vallarta Institute of Culture (IVC), based at the Cuale Cultural Center. The 13 workshops will be offered free of charge, with the exception of material costs, at the cultural center during the months of September to December. The director of the...
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Mexico’s health ministry on Saturday reported 5,974 new confirmed cases of novel coronavirus infections and 673 additional fatalities, bringing the total to 591,712 cases and 63,819 deaths. In the past week, Puerto Vallarta has reported 221 new cases of COVID-19, compared to 267 the previous week, that represents a 20% decline this week. There are...
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Through the campaign “Put a stop to contagion!”, which promotes the use of face masks for at least 50 days, the Employers’ Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex) will deliver face masks in the most vulnerable neighborhoods of Puerto Vallarta to be able to return to everyday life as soon as possible. In an effective...
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On Tuesday, August 18, Puerto Vallara recorded 81 new COVID-19 infections, the highest number of daily infections reported since the beginning of the pandemic. The previous daily record was set on July 29 with 65 new cases recorded in a single day. To date, less than 1% of the city population has been tested for...
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Tuesday afternoon an earthquake of magnitude 4.8 was registered off the southeast coast of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. The National Seismological Service (SSN) reported that the earthquake originated at 3:51:22 pm with a latitude of 19.34, a longitude of -108.55, and a depth of 10 km. Authorities do not report damage in Puerto Vallarta and its...
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The positivity rate for coronavirus testing at the Diagnostic Center of the University of Guadalajara (UdeG) in Puerto Vallarta has decreased for the second consecutive week, according to Dr. Jesús Aarón Curiel Beltrán, who oversees the center. In his weekly report, the doctor released the figures that have been generated with respect to the tests...
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Jaime Cuevas Tello, Mayor of Bahía de Banderas, Nayarit, metropolitan municipality of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, tested positive for coronavirus and remains in quarantine. Through his social networks, the Mayor, and also a doctor by profession, made the announcement of his diagnosis. “I share that since the weekend I started with a headache, fever, and cough,...
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Eleven commercial airlines both national and international gradually restarted operations in June, landing at the Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport and reconnecting the Puerto Vallarta-Riviera Nayarit region with top cities in Mexico and the United States. This is how, after a four-month hiatus, the airlines are contributing to the economic and tourist reactivation of...
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Despite the fact that in the official records of the State Government, until this Friday there were 130 deaths in Puerto Vallarta due to Covid-19. The Civil Registry in Puerto Vallarta highlights approximately 250 death certificates that have been issued mentioning COVID-19 as a cause of death. The head of the Municipal Civil Registry Office...
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Puerto Vallarta has low expectations for tourism in the coming months due to the coronavirus pandemic in Mexico, and around the world. Puerto Vallarta closed the month of July with an average occupation of more than 22%, according to data from the Municipal Tourism Office. The city’s low season for tourism typically lasts August until...
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With the beginning of August, the season’s greatest arrival of sea turtles to the Puerto Vallarta coast begins, with the expectation of 3,000 turtle nests being registered this year. The number of turtle arrivals fluctuates year to year, and their presence on the Vallarta coast is of the utmost importance, and it demands care and...
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