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The United States tourism industry awarded Puerto Vallarta in four categories with the Travvy Awards 2021. Known as the “Academy Awards of the travel industry”, with first places in Best Tourism Office in Mexico, Culinary Destination of Mexico, and Honeymoon Destination of Mexico, and second place in Best Destination in Mexico. The seventh edition of the Travvy Awards took place Thursday at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Florida and was organized by Northstar Travel Group.

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The COVID-19 vaccination for 15 to 17-year-olds has arrived in Mexico. The Government announced that the registration for this age group is now open. Families in Mexico have long demanded the vaccination of children under 18 years of age, especially since the face-to-face classes returned. The government refused for some time, arguing that children were not a population at risk.

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The Mexican government has dealt a severe blow to the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel with the arrest of Rosalinda González Valencia, the wife of the group’s leader, Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, known as El Mencho. This is the latest arrest within the circle of El Mencho to apply pressure to the group’s leadership. The United States recently announced a $10 million dollar reward for information leading to his arrest.

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  • Huge crocodile captured in the Hotel Zone of Puerto Vallarta A crocodile measuring almost 3 meters long was captured and relocated from the hotel zone of Puerto Vallarta this Thursday morning. According to the Subdirectorate of Environment and Ecology, the reptile was located in the vicinity of the channel that flows into Playa Flamingos, in the northern hotel zone of the city. “In response to…
  • Mexico to reverse course, give COVID-19 booster shots Mexican officials have reversed their previous position against giving coronavirus booster shots and said Tuesday they are studying a plan to administer third doses to people over 60. The announcement came as Mexico nears 450,000 deaths from COVID-19. The country has fully vaccinated only about 50% of its 126 million people. President Andrés Manuel López…
  • Mexico says global response to new COVID-19 variant is “disproportionate” Mexico has not registered cases related to the omicron variant of the coronavirus, detected on November 22 in South Africa and considered especially worrisome by experts. This version of covid-19, which according to the first studies presents 30 mutations and a high capacity to evade both natural defenses and those related to vaccines, has set…
  • Mexicans hope for recovery of monarch butterflies Communal farmers and butterfly guides are hoping for a rebound in the number of monarch butterflies — and tourists — at their wintering grounds in central Mexico after a bad year for both last year. Experts say it is too early to calculate the number of monarchs, which migrate from the U.S. and Canada each…
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