People in Puerto Vallarta who are 30-39 years of age and who have already received two doses of any Covid vaccine can get a booster shot of AstraZeneca from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Friday, February 25th at the La Lija Sports Unit. AstraZeneca is the only biological the government has authorized to be the booster vaccine in Mexico.
JetBlue has become the first airline to fly direct scheduled services between New York's JFK Airport and Puerto Vallarta on Mexico’s sunny Pacific coast. The launch flight landed at PVR on Saturday afternoon with JetBlue set to ply the route four times a week.
During his Monday morning press conference, the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, announced that he will visit Puerto Vallarta and Nayarit this weekend to supervise several infrastructure projects that are being carried out in the Banderas Bay region.
Though the Jalisco Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Works announced in January that the Insurgentes Street bridge, which connects downtown Puerto Vallarta with the Romantic Zone, would be completed before March, this most recent deadline will not be met, although work is progressing and the bridge is expected to open before Easter.
Puerto Vallarta is blessed with natural beauty that attracts millions of tourists annually. Sadly, some natural areas don’t become a conservation priority until the moment we are poised to lose them. The Los Horcones River Canyon is now at that moment. Help protect and conserve PV's natural environment by signing the online petition.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is bringing you an all-new way to glamp in Mexico. Slated to open in late 2022, Naviva Resort will be an expansion of the existing Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita and will offer a collection of 15 luxury tents nestled in the forests of the Riviera Nayarit, near Puerto Vallarta.
Congratulations to Act2PV co-owner, Alfonso López, who has recently been nominated to Mensa México’s National Board of Directors and was elected to the role of National SIGHT Coordinator for Mensa International at the conference held in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico earlier this month!
After Governor Enrique Alfaro announced that 'The same measures that are in force today, will continue in the coming weeks', state authorities on Saturday confirmed that vaccination certificates are required to enter bars, clubs, casinos and other entertainment venues.
Despite the fact that Jalisco went from yellow to orange on the national epidemiological traffic light this week, Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez assured that there will be no changes in Covid protocols. 'The same measures that are in force today, will continue in the coming weeks,' he said.
Jalisco's business sector demonstrated its commitment and trust in the entity by generating 11,160 formal jobs during January, double the 5,605 jobs created on average during this month over the last 11 years. Of the total number of jobs generated in the first month of 2022, 5,110 correspond to permanent jobs and 6,050 to temporary employment.