New restrictions announced due to increase in covid patients
For the last two weeks, the number of patients with covid in Nayarit has been increasing, without being able to stop it, for this reason health authorities decided to close bars and pubs in Nayarit, to stop the wave of infections that have been increasing. In the last 24 hours, the number of cases of coronavirus infection reached 296 positive cases, with seven new deaths as a result of the SARS COV-2 virus. The head of the Secretariat of Security and Citizen Protection, Benito Rodriguez Martinez, explained that until further notice will have to close nightclubs, bars and canteens, as well as mass events, patron saint festivals, political assemblies, parties, and celebrations with more than 50 people are canceled in their entirety.
Restaurants Will Close Earlier. With respect to restaurants that sell alcohol but whose forte is food, they are allowed to work until 9:00 pm and at 50% of their capacity, at the same capacity should operate businesses that only offer food, but these were extended the schedule until midnight. He clarified that they are waiting for the national guidelines to be imposed, which they will abide by and in turn, each state will have its own measures, therefore, Tuesday could continue to increase if the outbreak is not controlled. The beach area is still without restrictions. Gymnasiums should continue working at 70 percent of their capacity. Massive events, patron saint festivities, dances, commemorations are suspended
From time to time our viewers come up with interesting questions about traveling to Mexico and living in the country. Often, the answers to these questions are of interest to many of our followers. That’s why we implemented “Ask Carlos”. Carlos is a fictional character who will answer these questions with short videos. Sometimes the answers are informational but they can also be funny.
At the present time, the Ask Carlos Artificial Intelligence Platform is in its infancy and just a digital Q&A system. In the near future, Carlos will be a responsive virtual chatbot and interactive travel assistant.
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Why Are You Afraid To Visit Mexico?
JoAnne Rockower, Co-Founder of PayPal, and several other celebrities who live in Mexico share their experience of being expats in Puerto Vallarta. They answer the question "is it safe to retire or live part-time in Mexico?"
The much lower cost of living, perfect warm weather, white-sandy beaches, delicious food, exotic drinks, friendly, welcoming people, and the proximity to the United States make Mexico a very attractive country for North American retirees. According to International Living’s 2021 Annual Global Retirement Index, Mexico ranked as the world’s third best place to retire in 2021.
As reported by the U.S. State Department, more than 1.5 million U.S. citizens live in Mexico today. Hundreds of thousands of people are living out their dream of full retirement in Mexico, with plenty of free time to enjoy the weather, culture, food, and new friends in this popular North American country.
The celebrities we interviewed give us a deeper look at some of the reasons why expats love spending their retirement years and money in Mexico.
I had been living in the Marina of the town of Puerto Vallarta. It had been a great time so far and I had been happy to wake up in the townhouse by all the boats. We had previously visited famous towns in the area including Bucerias, Yelapa, Nueveo Vallarta and Sayulita. I had also been traveling up along the coast of Mexico and stopped in famous places like Zihuatanejo, Manzanillo, Acapulco, La Paz, Cabo San Lucas and many more places.
had been living in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for some time and was about to meet someone again that I had previously been traveling with around in Mexico. In the coming videos we will be going to new places around the area of Puerto Vallarta. For example Yelapa, The hotel zone of Puerto Vallarta, San Sebastian, Punta De mita and more. Last time we traveled together we visited Huatulco, Puerto Escondido, Puerto Angel, Mazunte. We were also in Cancun, Isla Mujeres and Tulum.