Trending News Stories this Week in Puerto Vallarta

Top-10 Trending Stories of the Week

  • Puerto Vallarta records new daily record of COVID-19 case; Mexico decreases testingPuerto Vallarta records new daily record of COVID-19 case; Mexico decreases testing The Ministry of Health (SSa) in Mexico reported that, until this Sunday, July 12, there are 35,006 deaths and 299,750 positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) since the beginning of the pandemic. Today, Mexico added 4,482 new cases and 276 deaths, the lowest numbers in the past 14-days, and also, not surprisingly, the results were reported…
  • COVID-19 testing positivity rate hits new record in Puerto VallartaCOVID-19 testing positivity rate hits new record in Puerto Vallarta The rate of positive results in COVID-19 tests in Puerto Vallarta continues to increase, going from 36 to 60 percent in the last three weeks. The increase in positivity rates were confirmed by the doctor, Jesús Aarón Curiel Beltrán, in charge of the COVID-19 Diagnostic Center of the University of Guadalajara in Puerto Vallarta, who…
  • Jalisco readies total shutdown plan if COVID-19 cases continue to riseJalisco readies total shutdown plan if COVID-19 cases continue to rise The governor announced an "Emergency Button" plan that could stop activities in Jalisco if the growth of cases of the new coronavirus continues in the state. In a message through social networks, after the meeting of the Economic Reactivation Commission, the Jalisco governor warned that it is up to all citizens to prevent the activation…
  • Dengue continues to grow in JaliscoDengue continues to grow in Jalisco In Jalisco, dengue infections continue to grow despite daily spraying at sites considered to be sources of infection. According to the latest report from the Federal Ministry of Health, the State confirmed 968 cases and 5,611 probable cases. In one week, 82 patients entered the official registry. In the same period last year, 422 patients…
  • Mexico City lawmakers vote to outlaw LGBT+ conversion therapyMexico City lawmakers vote to outlaw LGBT+ conversion therapy Lawmakers in Mexico City on Friday voted to ban conversion therapy, part of a small but growing movement to end the practice of trying to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. Under Mexico City’s proposal, which needs further approval before taking effect, anyone who forces someone to undergo the practice can be punished…
  • Clandestine mega-party during pandemic closed in Puerto VallartaClandestine mega-party during pandemic closed in Puerto Vallarta Despite the fact that social events are suspended due to the coronavirus epidemic, Covid-19, a clandestine party was held in Puerto Vallarta at Terra Noble. José Juan Velázquez Hernández, director of Inspection and Regulations of the Municipality, indicated that the place was closed early Sunday morning. "At 1:30 in the morning we went there, we…
  • Puerto Vallarta launches COVID-19 awareness campaignPuerto Vallarta launches COVID-19 awareness campaign As part of the economic reactivation of Puerto Vallarta, after three months of the coronavirus pandemic, and faced with the possibility that all activity in the state will stop if it does not continue to comply with sanitary measures, a new COVID-19 awareness program is being launched. The Puerto Vallarta Tourism Promotion Trust will launch…
  • Mexico’s president is convinced Trump has changed his views about MexicansMexico's president is convinced Trump has changed his views about Mexicans President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday that Donald Trump had drastically changed the way he talks about Mexico’s people, in the leftist leader’s latest warm words about the U.S. president who has a history of upsetting Mexicans. Lopez Obrador’s comments came a day after the two men met for the first time at…
  • Mexico posts record 7,280 new coronavirus casesMexico posts record 7,280 new coronavirus cases Mexico on Thursday posted a fresh record for new coronavirus cases reported on a single day, with 7,280 cases, bringing its overall tally of infections to 282,283, health ministry data showed. The country also recorded 730 additional fatalities, bringing its overall death toll to 33,526. Mexico’s previous one-day record was posted a day earlier on…
  • Landslide in Conchas Chinsa injures workers and damages tsunami detectorsLandslide in Conchas Chinsa injures workers and damages tsunami detectors A couple of injured workers; as well as damage to equipment to detect tsunamis, is the result of a landslide in the exclusive residential area of Conchas Chinas in the municipality of Puerto Vallarta. The event was confirmed by the regional commander of the Jalisco State Civil Protection and Fire Unit (UEPCBJ), Arturo García Pulido,…

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