EMÁFORO CORONAVIRUS EN PUERTO VALLARTA; PANORAMA ACTUAL

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

Data updated until Week 43 – October 24-30, 2022 | 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
21,329
Cumulative Total
NEGATIVE
20,789
Cumulative Total
SUSPECTED
6,155
Cumulative Total
DEATHS
859
Cumulative Total

Coronavirus Cases in Puerto Vallarta

CASESOCTOBER 10-16, 2022OCTOBER 17-23, 2022OCTOBER 24-30, 2022CUMULATIVE TOTAL
CONFIRMED57121,330
NEGATIVE25332020,809
SUSPECTED4663866,178

Coronavirus deaths in Puerto Vallarta

CASESOTOBER 10-16, 2022OCTOBER 17-23, 2022OCTOBER 24-30, 2022CUMULATIVE TOTAL
DEATHS001859

Hospital Occupancy rate in Puerto Vallarta

InstitutionWeek 42Week 43
Hospital CMQ Premiere20% Out of 12 beds designated for Covid-1920% Out of 12 beds designated for Covid-19
IMSS Medical Unit 4290% Out of 60 beds designated for Covid-1990% Out of 60 beds designated for Covid-19
ISSSTE General Hospital 0% Out of 8 beds designated for Covid-190% Out of 8 beds designated for Covid-19
Puerto Vallarta Regional Hospital 65% Out of 24 beds designated for Covid-1965% Out of 24 beds designated for Covid-19
IMSS Medical Unit 3330% Out of 22 beds designated for Covid-1930% Out of 22 beds designated for Covid-19

Hospital Occupancy rate in Puerto Vallarta

InstitutionWeek 42Week 43
Hospital CMQ City CenterOccupancy at 40%Occupancy at 40%
Hospital CMQ Riviera NayaritOccupancy at 75%Occupancy at 75%

Vaccination Centers in Puerto Vallarta

Vaccine: Pfizer-BioNTech
Doses: 1st, 2nd, and booster doses
Ages: Adolescents from 12 to 17 years old and adults over 18 years old
Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm
Requirement for 1st dose: CURP and Vaccination form
Requirement for 2nd dose and booster: Vaccination proof of the last dose

Coronavirus Live Tracker in neighboring municipalities
MUNICIPALITY OCTOBER 10-16, 2022 OCTOBER 17-23, 2022 OCTOBER 24-30, 2022 TOTAL CASES
SAN SEBASTIÁN DEL OESTE No positive new cases 1 positive new cases/td> No positive new cases 138 positive cases
MASCOTA No positive new cases No positive new cases No positive new cases 400 positive cases
TALPA DE ALLENDE No positive new cases No positive new cases No positive new cases 255 positive cases
CABO CORRIENTES No positive new cases No positive new cases No positive new cases 162 positive cases
TOMATLÁN No positive new cases 3 positive new cases 1 positive new case 825 positive cases

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. All rooms in the home should be ventilated daily, and windows should be opened for at least 15 minutes when entering a room.

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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