Trending News Stories this Week in Puerto Vallarta

Top-10 Trending Stories of the Week

  • Two out of every three adults in Mexico feel unsafeTwo out of every three adults in Mexico feel unsafe Murders, kidnappings, and organized violence continue in many parts of Mexico, a country where 66.4% of the adult population doesn't feel safe. The latest National Survey of Urban Public Safety of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) published on Monday reveals that the cities where there is a greater sense of insecurity are…
  • Seven of the top ten most violent cities in the world are in MexicoSeven of the top ten most violent cities in the world are in Mexico Celaya, in the state of Guanajuato, leads the pack in the "2020 Ranking of the 50 most violent cities in the world", which was presented on Tuesday by the Citizen Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice. In the presentation of the report, the organization warned that of the 10 most violent cities in the…
  • Cell phone users in Mexico have two years to submit their biometric data to the government or lose serviceCell phone users in Mexico have two years to submit their biometric data to the government or lose service After the approval of the National Register of Mobile Phone Users, six million Jalisco citizens will have to give the telephone companies their personal and biometric data (such as fingerprint, iris scans, and facial and voice recognition, among others) if they want to continue communicating through cell phones. Nationally, 86.4 million people are required to…
  • Coronavirus in Mexico: April 19, 2021 UpdateCoronavirus in Mexico: April 19, 2021 Update As of this Sunday, April 18, 212,339 deaths caused by complications of COVID-19 were reported in Mexico. This means that in the last 24 hours 111 new deaths were added to the national statistics. Likewise, after reporting 1,506 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the previous day, the total number of accumulated infections since the…
  • Daiquiri Dick’s in Puerto Vallarta is changing ownership after 41-yearsDaiquiri Dick’s in Puerto Vallarta is changing ownership after 41-years Daiquiri Dick’s, beloved landmark restaurant on Playa Los Muertos is changing ownership. After 41 years, Tari and Peter Bowman are ready to drift off into the sunset. The scuttlebutt is that a new partnership of seasoned professionals will take the helm and after some menu and restaurant updates including a hip ship on the patio,…
  • Second Canadian found dead this week in Puerto Vallarta, both apparent suicidesSecond Canadian found dead this week in Puerto Vallarta, both apparent suicides A person of Canadian origin was found dead inside an apartment, located on Calle Rodolfo Gómez at the intersection with Olas Altas in the Emiliano Zapata neighborhood. This is the second Canadian to have been found dead in Puerto Vallarta this month. The events were reported on Wednesday afternoon and elements of Municipal Public Security…
  • Coronavirus in Mexico: April 18, 2021 UpdateCoronavirus in Mexico: April 18, 2021 Update The Federal Ministry of Health reported 535 new deaths on April 17, bringing the total number of deaths to 212,228. In addition, 4,157 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were registered, bringing the total number of infections since the beginning of the pandemic to 2,304,096. During the daily press conference to report on the progress of…
  • California beach shut after Mexico sewage flows north againCalifornia beach shut after Mexico sewage flows north again The entire shoreline of Southern California’s Imperial Beach is closed to swimmers and surfers after sewage-contaminated runoff flowed north again from Mexico’s Tijuana River. The closure announced Friday will be in place until testing shows the water is safe, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. Reports of the putrid smell have been flooding in from residents of coastal…
  • Coronavirus in Mexico: April 20, 2021 UpdateCoronavirus in Mexico: April 20, 2021 Update With 127 new deaths and 1,308 new infections registered in the last 24 hours, Mexico reached a total of 212,466 deaths and 2,306,910 accumulated infections from COVID-19, according to the Federal Ministry of Health. After 11 continuous weeks of being down, Dr. José Luis Alomía Zegarra, Director General of Epidemiology, explained that the country presented…
  • Puerto Vallarta News Brief for April 20, 2021 with Axel SánchezPuerto Vallarta News Brief for April 20, 2021 with Axel Sánchez https://youtu.be/jrLxDAM3f3k It’s the end of an era and the beginning of a new one. Daiquiri Dick’s restaurant closed its doors on April 15 to undergo remodeling and prepare a fall re-opening with new ownership. The new owners have almost 50 years of combined restaurant, catering, and bar experience. The new owners plan to keep the…

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