Puerto Vallarta will open beaches and boardwalk; will close clubs, bars, and canteens


Puerto Vallarta will be able to operate with some normality in the new Emergency Button, except that in this tourist destination, New Year’s Eve parties will be prohibited in hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs, lounges, and event terraces.

They may not open clubs, bars and canteens at any time during that period.

This noon the agreement was published in the Official Newspaper El Estado de Jalisco, signed by the Secretary of Health Fernando Petersen.

It establishes the restrictive measures for the year-end period, which runs from December 25 to January 10.

According to the agreement, from December 25 to January 10, clubs, bars and canteens will have to close completely and permanently; Unlike Guadalajara, which will practically see all its activities halted from 7 at night.

Beaches, shopping centers, public squares and boardwalk will not be closed, so they can be enjoyed by tourists and locals without more restrictions than the regular ones, this is keeping a healthy distance and using face masks.

Restaurants may operate as normal, but may not have celebratory components such as live music.

In Puerto Vallarta, non-essential commerce will not suffer effects with the new push; This security measure will only be applicable to nightlife businesses and those dedicated to partying.

It is foreseeable that the trade will function regularly in compliance with health security measures.

It should be remembered that this year there will not be any celebrations on the Puerto Vallarta boardwalk as in previous years.

Let us remember that since 2000 the welcome of the year on the coastal walk had been uninterrupted, which should perhaps wait for the new year of 2022.

Source: tribunadelabahia.com.mx

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