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Where are the cases of Coronavirus in Mexico?

Coronavirus in Mexico News Updates

A federal judge in Mexico City has ordered the Government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador to adopt all the necessary measures to detect people infected with coronavirus in the country, in the midst of criticism of the president for his passivity in the face of the pandemic. The head of the Thirteenth District Court on...
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Many countries in Latin America have taken aggressive measures to deal with the coronavirus such as closing their borders, dock and airports to foreigners, declaring states of emergencies and ordering business shutdowns. Mexico, by contrast, has so far taken a “business as usual” attitude. People still crowd street markets picking through piles of fruit and...
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The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) said that his “protective shield” against the coronavirus, the outbreak that left almost 9,000 dead worldwide, is “amulets and prayer”, the same day that the pandemic claimed the first fatality in Mexico. “It stops the enemy, the heart of Jesus is with me. A two-dollar bill...
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The travel agency, Viajes Panorama, confirmed that there are 400 people who traveled to Vail, Colorado, United States (US) last February, who are wanted by the Government of Jalisco for possible exposure to COVID-19. The commercial director of the company, Juan Pablo Mackissack, indicated that the number is an estimate, not only of the people...
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As of today, 118 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus were confirmed, according to the official report released at the National Palace. It does not include the report on what is the first death of a person due to the infection, which was confirmed to La Jornada by health cabinet sources. The victim is a 41-year-old...
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The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Mexico rose on Wednesday to 118 from 93 a day earlier, the Mexican health ministry said. There are currently 315 suspected cases currently waiting test confirmations. “Of the cases, 59 percent have been male and 9 percent have required hospitalization, not necessarily because of presenting a serious illness,”...
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The state governor, Enrique Alfaro confirms that the main source of coronavirus infection that exists at the moment in Jalisco is from a group of 400 people who traveled to a resort in Vail, Colorado. The government has asked all these people to have social responsibility, isolate themselves and go to the official health sector,...
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Holland America Line said Tuesday it will bring the Westerdam cruise ship to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, instead of Juneau after it had been turned away from several Asian ports over the coronavirus. The company, in a statement, said the decision on where to dock the Westerdam was reassessed after it announced plans to halt operation...
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Puerto Vallarta faces an economic disaster after the state governor, Enrique Alfaro Ramírez, on Tuesday ordered the closure of sites that house more than 50 people for a continuous period of 30 minutes as new restrictions to control the coronavirus take place throughout the state. With this, party halls, casinos, clubs, canteens, and bars should...
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The following entertainment venus in Puerto Vallarta announce closures in their part to minimize the spread of coronavirus and concern for public health. It should be noted that Puerto Vallarta has not reported any cases on coronavirus, however, businesses are being proactive to protect our community. The Palm Cabaret Calls It a Season Due to...
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Mexican officials are dragging their feet on border closures and coronavirus containment measures, in what critics call a high-risk strategy driven by bad memories of a shutdown a decade ago that deepened the country’s recession during the swine flu epidemic. The United States and neighbors in Latin America have suspended flights, banned public gatherings and...
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“It will not be a short epidemic, it will take 12 weeks at least.” This is the forecast that the Mexican Government is communicating to the public about the timeframe in which citizens should be proactive. “These are lessons that have been learned from what happened around the world and from what happened in Mexico...
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The president of the Mexican Cruise Association, José Arturo Musi, has reported that all cruise arrivals are canceled for the next five weeks, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Currently, several boats are sailing en route, Musi said, explaining that upon returning to the ports of origin they will no longer set sail, so he expects...
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The coronavirus pandemic begins to take its toll on tourism in Jalisco. Flights and hotel reservations have been canceled in Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta, as well as cruises that suspended their services for 30-days. Personnel from the Integral Port Administration, API Puerto Vallarta, confirmed that the cruises of the Royal Princess shipping company were canceled....
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First, we would like to open this recommendation with the statement that Puerto Vallarta does not have any reported cases of the coronavirus. Under careful thought, this publication recommends that anyone with plans to visit Puerto Vallarta through the months of March and April cancel their travel plans and follow recommendations to stay home and...
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