From the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, it was expected that the Puerto Vallarta area of the Jalisco Ministry of Health (SSJ) would be a high contagion zone due to tourism and the large number of migrant population residing between nearby municipalities and other countries, mainly the United States.
This was pointed out by Armando Pérez Oliva, director of the VIII Sanitary Region, when talking about why Puerto Vallarta, until the report on Saturday night, was third in terms of confirmed chaos, only after Guadalajara and Zapopan.
He indicated that Puerto Vallarta is one . . .