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Vaccination Certificates are Still Mandatory in Jalisco

February 15 Update: On February 14, the Jalisco Board of Health established that the need to present a Covid Vaccine certificate (or negative PCR test) to enter bars, clubs, casinos and other entertainment venues will remain in effect until (at least) March 15, 2022.

Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico – After Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez announced that “The same measures that are in force today, will continue in the coming weeks” last Thursday, state authorities on Saturday confirmed that vaccination certificates will still be required to enter bars, clubs, and other leisure establishments, despite the fact that the deadline was set to expire on February 12, 2022.

It was last January 14 when it became mandatory to present said certificate to enter clubs, bars, cabarets, billiard halls and nightclubs, however, the date on which that rule would lose validity was Saturday, February 12, according to what was published in the Official State Newspaper.

But in the current report, it highlights that the certificate, or the negative PCR test, will continue to be necessary to enter these businesses, although it was not specified until what date the establishments must request the documents.

New containment strategies were also announced, in which municipal governments will have to establish their own mechanisms to prevent Covid-19 contagion and will no longer be governed by state orders.

Sources: coronavirus.jalisco.gob.mxVallarta Independiente

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