Two cases of Chikungunya have been diagnosed in Puerto Vallarta, the first known cases to have been infected in the State of Jalisco. Previous infections in the state resulted by travelers being exposed in other countries or states while traveling. There have been a total of 11 cases treated in Jalisco.
The two cases in the El Ranchito community of Puerto Vallarta are not linked to any travel outside of the area and are Jalisco’s first indigenous cases on record. Director for Jalisco’s Ministry of Health, Hector Ramirez Cordero, said the two patients were female and ages three . . .