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In Mexico, only one out of ten people with COVID-19 symptoms are tested. The Federal Statistics only include the public hospital system, coronavirus cases detected in private hospitals and laboratories are not reported by the Federal Government. The government acknowledges that the pandemic is more wide-spread than reported due to a lack of testing available in the country. Mexico remains one of the lowest testing countries in the world. A lack of confirmed cases should not allow tourists or residents to let down their guard. Please wear a mask and social distance.

Coronavirus in Mexico News Updates

The Ministry of Health (SSa) reported this Thursday, May 14, that the accumulated COVID-19 infections in Mexico are 42,595, 2,409 additional cases recorded today. Furthermore, since the beginning of the epidemic, Mexico has suffered 4,477 fatalities, adding 257 new deaths today. In Puerto Vallarta, five new cases were reported today, bringing the total of cases...
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“Smoking can aggravate the damage caused by COVID-19,” is one of the new messages that, by official mandate in Mexico, must appear on cigarette packs and tobacco product packages as of December 1 of this year. According to what was published by the Ministry of Health, in December of this year four new pictograms will...
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Hotels in Puerto Vallarta are hoping to start activities on June 1, with the announcement by Governor Enrique Alfaro that hotels and motels can begin operations on May 18 with restrictions, closing common areas of the hotel, such as restaurants, lounges and pools. Álvaro Garcíarce Monraz, president of the Puerto Vallarta Hotel and Motel Association,...
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The Ministry of Health (SSa) reported this Wednesday, May 13, that the accumulated COVID-19 infections are 40,186, a growth of 1,862 new cases in the past day. Furthermore, since the beginning of the epidemic, Mexico has suffered 4,220 fatalities, 294 more from yesterday. Puerto Vallarta added two more cases of COVID-19 and one more death...
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According to historians, pandemics have two types of end: the medical, which occurs when incidence and death rates plummet, and the social, when the epidemic of fear of disease decreases. “When people ask ‘When will this be over?’ they ask about the social distancing,” says Jeremy Greene, medical historian at Johns Hopkins. In other words,...
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The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, presents the reopening plan, after the COVID-19 quarantine is lifted. “Today the economic, social, and cultural reopening plan is presented, that is, how we will return to the new normal. The economic, social and cultural reopening plan will be widely publicized so that everyone knows it,” said...
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A Mexican nursing supervisor who touched the hearts of the nation when she made a tearful appeal for respect for health care professionals said Tuesday she has tested positive for the new coronavirus. Fabiana Zepeda is the head of nursing for the Mexican Social Security Institute. The institute republished a Tweet from her account, saying...
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51 days after the start of the Sana Distancia Day, the number of people infected by coronavirus (COVID-19) in Mexico reached 38,324, adding 1,997 new cases in the past day. Deaths saw their most dramatic increase since the beginning of the pandemic adding 353 new deaths today, bringing the total to 3,926, according to the...
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Noting that Puerto Vallarta is second in the number of infections and deaths in the state of Jalisco by COVID 19, Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña, made a new call to the population not to relax prevention measures, since it depends on returning soon to normalcy in the tourist destination. “We want to return to normality,...
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The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, reported that on Wednesday he will announce the plan to reopen Mexico under “the new normal”, once the quarantine is lifted on May 17 in the regions that do not present cases of Covid-19, and June 1 for the rest of the country. “Tomorrow we are going...
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In the past 24-hours, Puerto Vallarta has recorded seven new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death, and only 21 people tested in the past day. The State of Jalisco reported a total of 43 new cases and three deaths in the past day, with only 189 people tested statewide since yesterday. The Ministry of...
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The economic fallout from coronavirus could add nine million people to Mexico’s poor, according to a government study released on Monday calling for aid like pensions and insurance in the country that provides no federal jobless benefits. Increased hardship could translate to at least 70 million Mexicans, 56% of the country, not earning enough to...
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The spread of the new coronavirus is taking a deadly toll on Mexico due to the widespread presence of a trio of pre-existing medical conditions that put Mexicans at higher risk. To date, seven in 10 deaths attributed to the highly contagious respiratory disease caused by the virus have been linked to patients diagnosed with...
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In recent weeks, perhaps as never before, journalists, specialists and politicians from around the world have stopped to analyze and debate what is already called “the Swedish case”. The Nordic country has taken a series of measures in the face of the pandemic caused by COVID-19 quite different from those of the rest of the...
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The Ministry of Health ( SSa ) reported this Sunday, May 10, from the National Palace that the cases of coronavirus registered in Mexico are 35,022, adding 1,563 new cases in the past day and 3,465 deceased, with 112 in the past day. The State of Jalisco reported only one new case in the past...
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