In Puerto Vallarta, there are only a few dozen spaces to bury the remains of Vallartans, so it is estimated that by the beginning of next year there would be no availability in local cemeteries.
According to data from the Civil Registry of Puerto Vallarta, in 2021 and from January to September 2022, more than 3,100 people have died in the city, of which the vast majority have been put to rest in city cemeteries.
For this reason, the municipal government is seeking to acquire land to create a new pantheon, as confirmed by . . .
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