EMÁFORO CORONAVIRUS EN PUERTO VALLARTA; PANORAMA ACTUAL

Coronavirus live tracker in Puerto Vallarta: The City’s Covid-19 Report

Data updated until Week 23 – June 7 to 13, 2021 | Puerto Vallarta and neighboring municipalities.

Coronavirus Live Tracker in Puerto Vallarta: Here is an updated view of the state of our city regarding the Covid-19 pandemic. Weekly, we will update the page with new data and relevant information regarding the Covid-19 pandemic in Puerto Vallarta. In addition, we have included the city’s implemented protocols and safety measures. Learn more about the health measures and safety standards that have been established to safeguard all Vallarta locals and our visitors.

The color of the current Coronavirus Live Tracker in Puerto Vallarta is:

LOW RISK
CONFIRMED
3,982
Cumulative Total
NEGATIVE
6,510
Cumulative Total
SUSPECTED
3,055
Cumulative Total
DEATHS
435
Cumulative Total

Coronavirus Cases in Puerto Vallarta

CASESMAY 24-31, 2021JUNE 1-6, 2021JUNE 7-13, 2021CUMULATIVE TOTAL
CONFIRMED2950453,982
NEGATIVE1912112246,286
SUSPECTED91003,055

Coronavirus deaths in Puerto Vallarta

CASESMAY 24-31, 2021JUNE 1-6, 2021JUNE 7-13, 2021CUMULATIVE TOTAL
DEATHS2163435

Hospital Occupancy rate in Puerto Vallarta

InstitutionWeek 22Week 23
Hospital CMQ Premiere100% availability Out of 12 beds designated for Covid-19100% availability Out of 12 beds designated for Covid-19
IMSS Medical Unit 42100% availability Out of 60 beds designated for Covid-19100% availability Out of 60 beds designated for Covid-19
ISSSTE General Hospital 12% Out of 8 beds designated for Covid-1912% Out of 8 beds designated for Covid-19
Puerto Vallarta Regional Hospital 75% Out of 24 beds designated for Covid-1975% Out of 24 beds designated for Covid-19
IMSS Medical Unit 3360% Out of 22 beds designated for Covid-1940% Out of 22 beds designated for Covid-19

Hospital Occupancy rate in Puerto Vallarta

InstitutionWeek 22Week 23
Hospital CMQ City CenterOccupancy at 70%Occupancy at 60%
Hospital CMQ Riviera NayaritOccupancy at 90%Occupancy at 85%

Total Covid-19 Tests Performed at Hospitals CMQ

PCR and Antigen Covid-19 Tests Performed per Week

Hospital CMQ City Center

During Week 23, June 7-19 2021 at CMQ Hospital City Center, a total of 244 COVID-19 tests were performed: 20 PCR tests and 224 Antigen Tests.

Hospital CMQ Premiere

During Week 22, June 7-13 2021 at Hospital CMQ Premiere, a total of 139 COVID-19 Tests were conducted: 17 PCR Tests and 122 Antigen Tests.

Hospital CMQ Riviera Nayarit

During Week 23, June 7-13 2021 at CMQ Riviera Nayarit Hospital, a total of 248 COVID-19 tests were performed: 22 PCR tests and 226 Antigen Tests.

Coronavirus Live Tracker in neighboring municipalities
MUNICIPALITY MAY 24-31, 2021 JUNE 1-6, 2021 JUNE 7-13, 2021 TOTAL CASES
SAN SEBASTIÁN DEL OESTE There were no new cases There were no new cases 1 positive new case 35 positive cases
MASCOTA 2 positive new cases 2 positive new cases 3 positive new cases 209 positive cases
TALPA DE ALLENDE There were no new cases There were no new cases 1 positive new case 114 positive cases
CABO CORRIENTES There were no new cases There were no new cases There were no new cases 56 positive cases
TOMATLÁN There were no new cases There were no new cases 1 positive new case 101 positive cases

Coronavirus live tracker in Puerto Vallarta: Overview of Local Activities and Covid-19

New Covid-19 Safety Measures in Puerto Vallarta

Current measures from February 13 – December 15, 2021

Transportation in Puerto Vallarta

Currently, all means of transportation are available in Puerto Vallarta: Taxis, Urban Trucks, and Private Transportation Services. However, each one is following prevention measures to ensure your health and that of other users. Learn more here.

Servicio de Taxi en Puerto Vallarta

Taxis in Puerto Vallarta

If you choose a taxi as a means of transportation, we recommend following these precautionary measures:

  • Use a face cover at all times.
  • Keep an antibacterial gel close to you.
  • Avoid using the front seat.
  • Lower the windows to allow fresh air to circulate inside the vehicle.
Transporte público en Puerto Vallarta

Urban Trucks in Puerto Vallarta

All routes of the Ministry of Mobility of Puerto Vallarta are working regularly and in their usual schedules. Therefore, if you prefer to use urban trucks as a means of transportation in Puerto Vallarta, you should follow these instructions:

  • Wear face masks at all times. If you are not wearing one, you’ll be denied service.
  • Don’t shake hands or greet with a kiss on public transportation.
  • Leave an empty seat between users.
  • Use antibacterial gel before and after being on a unit.

Read more about the available routes in Puerto Vallarta.

Transporte privado y aplicaciones

Private Transportation Service

Each private transportation platform follows its own Covid-19 prevention measures. Therefore, if private transportation is your preferred choice, we recommend that you follow the safety measures issued by each platform and by the health authorities.

Puerto Vallarta Tourism

There are no travel restrictions for those who wish to visit Puerto Vallarta. However, the Puerto Vallarta Trust has implemented protocols for all establishments in the city. Hotels, restaurants, beaches, and other businesses in the tourism sector are operating under the following protocols and prevention measures:

Hotelería en Puerto Vallarta

Responsible Hospitality

  • All hotels in Puerto Vallarta are operating at a maximum of 66% of their capacity, including their beachfront services.
  • The common areas will follow these protocols: sanitary filters, temperature intake, use of face covers and hand hygiene.
  • Recreational, sports, and event facilities must follow the protocols mentioned before.
Playas limpias y abiertas

Clean and Open Beaches

  • Access to the beaches is open, following these preventive measures:
    Face masks and use of antibacterial gel are mandatory upon entering.
  • Comply with the official regulations: Green flag, free access; Red flag, access is not allowed.
  • Groups of eight people maximum.
  • Maintain a five-meter distance between one group and another.
  • It is forbidden to share personal items such as floats, towels, balls, among others.
  • Stay for less than four hours.
  • Collect your belongings and place trash in the indicated containers.
Restaurantes en Puerto Vallarta

Restaurants

  • Restaurants and cafes work at 50% of their maximum capacity.
  • Maximum 6 people per table with minimum spacing of 1.5 meters between tables.
  • Maximum opening hours until 12:00 a.m.
  • Use of antibacterial gel and face covers on arrival is mandatory.
  • Access to people with a temperature above 37°C or with present symptoms is prohibited.
  • The use of digital menus via QR codes is recommended.
  • Keep music volume at a moderate level.
  • A controlled waiting list is recommended to avoid large crowds at the property.
Antros y bares

Bars and Dens

  • Hours of operation from 11:00 p.m. at 3:00 a.m.
  • Sanitary filters and protocols will be available for access.
  • Maximum capacity of 33%.
  • Maximum 4 people per table, with minimum spacing of 2 meters between tables.
Centros comerciales en Puerto Vallarta

Malls and Shopping Centers

  • Follow sanitary protocols when entering.
  • Maximum capacity of 50%.
  • Mandatory use of face masks at all times.
  • There is no entrance restriction for people over the age of 60.
  • Parking at 50% of its capacity.
  • Food courts shall follow the same measures as restaurants.
  • There will be no recreational activities on the malls and shopping centers premises.
Museos en Puerto Vallarta

Museums, Galleries and Cultural Activities

  • Follow sanitary protocols when entering.
  • Capacity of 1 person every 4 square meters in enclosed spaces and 1 person for every square meter in open spaces.
  • It is recommended to set different business hours for each segment of the population.
  • Staff and visitors must use face coverings at all times.
  • Entrance of groups of up to 10 people.
  • Choose outdoor activities.
Calendario mensual de arribo de aviones a Puerto Vallarta

Monthly Flight Schedule

Air connectivity from the United States, Canada, and the rest of the world to the Puerto Vallarta International Airport (PVR) is gradually being re-established. We recommend checking directly with your preferred airline to confirm schedules and routes of available flights. Puerto Vallarta International Airport reports a decrease in passengers during the month of December compared to the same period last year:

Domestic Passengers: 951 | International Passengers: 1,585
With a total of 2,536 passengers.

Arribo de Cruceros en Puerto Vallarta

Monthly Cruise Arrivals Calendar

The Puerto Vallarta API (Port Administration) is ready for the return of tourist cruise ships. Puerto Vallarta's maritime terminal has strict protocols and sanitary measures, which assure that all tourists arrive to a clean and safe place.

Note: During the first quarter of 2021, cruise arrivals have not been confirmed at the port.

Last updated: 01 February
2021 This section will be updated with official information provided by the Puerto Vallarta API Port Administration

Current Prevention Measures for Covid-19

Uso adecuado de cubrebocasProper Use of Face Masks

One of the most common ways of transmitting Covid-19 is through the water drops that we expel when speaking, coughing or sneezing. Therefore, to prevent spreading Covid-19, you should cover your nose and mouth at all times with a face cover.

Lavado de manosHand Washing

Wash your hands properly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. You can also use 70% alcohol hand sanitizers. These two habits help eliminate viruses that may be present in your hands.

Manten sana distanciaKeep Your Distance

Avoid contact with people with symptoms such as coughing and sneezing. Keep a distance of at least a meter and a half from other people. Don’t greet by kissing, hugging, or hand-shaking. Also, avoid gatherings of more than 3 people.

Ventilación adecuadaProper Ventilation

Adequate ventilation of all spaces, mainly enclosed ones.

Grupos prioritariosAttention to Priority Groups

People at high risk of getting severe Covid-19 are those over the age of 60, pregnant women, people with artery hypertension, diabetes, obesity, and those with a disease that conditions immunosuppression.

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