In The Spotlight
There was a lack of authorities in the bars so they exceeded their permitted capacity.
Due to carelessness of fishermen who forget their nets in the sea.
Vaccination certificate will be required to enter bars and nightclubs; starting on January 14th.
Night clubs, bars and casinos at 75%, this was announced by the Members of the Health Board
Hotels and motels in the state of Jalisco, including those in Puerto Vallarta and the entire north and south coast of the state, will be able to operate again at 100% of their capacity, as before the coronavirus pandemic. This was announced this Monday by members of the Health Board of the government of Jalisco, who informed that the hotel sector will also be able to operate at 80% capacity in its common areas, convention and exhibition halls. According to the Mesa de Salud Jalisco, restaurants may operate at 90% of their capacity during the hours indicated in their license.
Bars, Night Clubs And Casinos In the case of bars, night clubs, nightclubs and casinos, they may open at 75% of their capacity, as long as they continue to respect all health safety measures for their personnel and customers. With the new sanitary measures, recreational activities and the use of forums for events with up to 150 people are allowed, although the restriction to make last minute offers is maintained. In event halls, up to 400 people may gather in closed spaces and 800 in open-air events. In government offices, a capacity of 80% was authorized. Workshops, artistic academies and tourist transportation may have a capacity of 85%. The same level was authorized for cinemas, theaters, forums, museums, galleries, gymnasiums, water parks and cultural centers.
Young Professionals Organization Puerto Vallarta is a group that began in 2011 as a small community of foreigners and Mexicans that had recently arrived in PV and were starting businesses.
Inter Avia Mexico is providing for the first time in Puerto Vallarta a professional VIP helicopter transportation service.
Well-known designers found inspiration in Sayulita, the Riviera Nayarit’s Surfing Capital, for the creation of their summer designs this past year.
What could be better than an oceanfront penthouse suite with your own private pool?
Many people may be feeling uneasy about traveling these days, and we need to be able to rely on our local businesses to make our guests feel safe.
DIF Receives a Donation from Vallarta Shores for Nursing Home
El Cayan of Coapinole, the nursing home operated by the DIF receives a generous donation from the owners of Vallarta Shores.
The double edge sword of the high dollar and how it affects your property in Mexico
Due to COVID-19 the deadline for paying your Mexican property taxes, called Predial, has been extended to July 31, 2020. So, you have until the end of this week to get them paid.
Part of traveling is shopping and what better place to do it than the Markets that we have pretty much all week.
Starting in November you start to see “El Buen Fin” or “Buen Fin” signs around all Mexico.
The 2018-2019 Farmer’s Market season is almost here!
The Vallarta Abuelos are a group of Mexicans and expats in Puerto Vallarta who support educational and cultural projects for at-risk children. Most of these low-income kids live with grandmother or single working mom.
Friday’s night Magic Market and Festival will be hosting a corn hole fundraising game for Campamento Tortuguero Boca De Tomates.
In the market for a high-performance, luxury sports car? There’s no reason to look beyond Mexico.
Damaging your paint is still not an excuse not to slap on the sunscreen.