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Für jeden Teil der Filmindustrie müssen wir mehr tun: unsere Drehbücher schreiben, in Theaterstücken mitspielen, Regisseure, Schauspieler, Models, Fotografen und Designer werden. Wir müssen all das Wissen, das wir im Unterricht gelernt haben, in die Praxis umsetzen, um immer bessere Ergebnisse zu erzielen.

WHY IT RATES: Puerto Vallarta continues to prioritize the health and safety of its residents and tourists. — Senior Editor Codie Liermann


As local immunization efforts intensify, Puerto Vallarta continues to welcome visitors from the United States. To far, around two-thirds of local people have gotten at least one dosage of the vaccine, including about 90% of hotel employees.

The following health and safety measures have been issued, starting Friday, July 30 in order to guarantee that children in Puerto Vallarta and throughout the state of Jalisco return to school on time and without any delays:

—Hotels are still operating at 80% capacity, with 50% capacity in common areas.

—Restaurants will be at half-capacity and will have to shut by midnight.

—Tours, theaters, and cinemas are still operating at 75% capacity.

—Attract no more than 150 people to indoor events, and no more than 300 people to outdoor activities.

—Masks are required in public areas.

Bars and nightclubs will be closed for the month beginning August 1.

The magnificent and famous Malecon beachfront will remain accessible to the public, as will plazas, more than 50 outdoor activities, retail malls, and museums, galleries, theaters, cinemas, and gyms – all of which adhere to strict health guidelines.

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Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramrez said, “We are dedicated to establishing circumstances that will allow us to ensure the resumption to school at the end of August.” “Everything we’re working on right now, including our agenda, assessments, and health-related changes, is aimed at ensuring that our students can return to school.”

At the Puerto Vallarta International Airport, the cruise port, public transit, stores, and government agencies that are offering limited services, cleaning, sanitizing, and disease control procedures are still in place. Local governments are collaborating closely with the tourism industry to gradually adopt new standards.

Puerto Vallarta has made consistent efforts to provide a safe and healthy experience for visitors and residents alike. It is due to the continued joint effort of the destination’s government and service providers that in June 2020 Puerto Vallarta earned the Travel Safety Stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council. Furthermore, the Puerto Vallarta Airport was granted the ACI Airport Health Accreditation from the Aviation Health & Hospitality for their impeccable alignment with ACI’s aviation Business Restart and Recovery guidelines along with industry best practices.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will require all passengers on international flights bound for the United States, including those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine, to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or rapid antigen) or written documentation of recovery following a COVID-19 infection, beginning January 26, 2021. This follows similar rules imposed by the Canadian government, which require all incoming foreign travelers to have a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or LAMP) by January 7, 2021. Tests for entrance into the United States must be completed 72 hours before to departure, while tests for entry into Canada must be completed 96 hours prior to departure.

Puerto Vallarta Tourism is making COVID-19 testing available to North American travelers at reasonable rates in convenient places across the region, including the airport, medical institutions, and select hotels. A COVID-19 exam should be scheduled as far in advance as feasible. Any extra criteria, fees, and the actual status of same-day findings should all be verified with the testing company directly.

Travelers who test positive for COVID-19 but show no symptoms will be subjected to a 14-day quarantine, which may be performed in their hotel room or on a dedicated floor (if available). Mandatory quarantines are handled differently by each hotel, with some providing significant discounts. Specifics should be verified directly with the hotels. Visit visitpuertovallarta.com/covid-19 for more information and a live list of all testing alternatives in Puerto Vallarta.

Travelers from the United States should complete the updated health questionnaire upon arrival/departure, as well as the particular airline regulations and procedures, to ensure a stress-free, smooth trip to and from Puerto Vallarta. Click here for additional details.


SOURCE: Press announcement from Puerto Vallarta.

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