New shutdowns could wipe out hundreds of restaurants in Puerto Vallarta

A new economic shutdown would lead to the permanent closure of some 300 restaurants in Puerto Vallarta, according to Sergio Jaime Santos, president of the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Food Industry.

According to national estimates, around 15 percent of the restaurants in the country will close permanently due to the negative effects that the coronavirus pandemic has caused on the economy. In Puerto Vallarta, the trend was below 10 percentage points.

However, if there is a new economic shutdown as forecast for next Friday, the situation for the restaurant industry in Vallarta would . . .

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