Commenting on the state mandates to prevent community spread of COVID-19, Puerto Vallarta Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña did not rule out the implementation of more stringent measures if the people of Vallarta do not abide by the city's protocols and recommendations.
Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez on Sunday announced that effective Monday, April, 20, 2020, there would be zero tolerance for those who violate the State's COVID-19 social distancing and isolation mandates. The use of masks in public is also now mandatory.
To determine the public's perception of security, a National Safety Survey is conducted amongst residents in cities throughout Mexico four times a year. In the latest report, published April 16, 2020, Puerto Vallarta stands out as one of the municipalities whose inhabitants feel safest.
If you live in Puerto Vallarta, and depend on the public transportation system to get you to where you need to go, you should be aware of the new health protocols that have been implemented on all local buses to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
With the COVID-19 pandemic dominating the world's news and social media channels, it can be difficult to determine what's really happening in Puerto Vallarta, the State of Jalisco, and around the Republic. Here we share some of the latest news from reliable sources in Mexico.
After the first installment of the food distribution program surpassed its goal of feeding 7,500 Puerto Vallarta families in need by delivering 10,000 despensas to the city's most vulnerable sectors, Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña announced plans to expand the program.
Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña recently announced strengthened security measures on the city's beaches, which were closed on March 30 to discourage travel to Puerto Vallarta during the Easter vacation period, to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
True to his word, Puerto Vallarta Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña has implemented a food distribution program to help 7,500 families in the municipality's most vulnerable sectors survive the impact of the COVID-19 health contingency. The first delivery is scheduled for today.
With the COVID-19 pandemic dominating the world's news and social media channels, it can be difficult to keep up with what's really happening in Puerto Vallarta, the State of Jalisco, and around the Republic. Here we share some of the latest news from reliable sources in Mexico.
Every year, Semana Santa brings thousands of Mexicans to Puerto Vallarta for a few days of fun in the sun. But not this year. On April 1, Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez announced the suspension of all tourist activities and the closing of beaches throughout the state.