The Ministry of Health of Jalisco (SSJ), through the Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks of the State (Coprisjal), reported that the bacteriological quality of the water on the beaches adjoining the Estero “El Salado” is apt for recreational use.
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Since last March 6, Coprisjal has monitored the beaches affected by the collapse of the North-Central Collector of Puerto Vallarta, confirming that the bacteriological quality of seawater has reached and sustained levels within acceptable for recreational usage.
The beaches that meet the levels are Gemelas, Palmares, Conchas Chinas, Los Muertos, Rosita, Camarones, Osiris, Hoyo 18, Marriot y Westin.
However, the recommendation of caution remains on the beach called Dársenas and in the Naval Zone, points in which the population is urged to avoid contact or immersion, as well as carry out recreational or sports activities that involve exposure to the sea water.