Puerto Vallarta records a 300% increase in COVID-19 cases within one week

Covid-19 infections in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, have increased 300% in the last week, going from 66 cases to 267, so authorities and businessmen agreed to encourage vaccination and strengthen health protocols to avoid business closures, according to Jorge Quintero Alvarado, acting mayor of Puerto Vallarta, underlining that there will be more vigilance both in the tourist strip and in shopping centers, bars, restaurants and meeting places so that the measures are respected.

The General Hospital of IMSS in Puerto Vallarta is at 100% of its capacity in general beds for Covid-19 care, according to this . . .

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