Mayor Arturo Dávalos pointed out that in order to gradually return to the economic recovery, it is necessary to continue at home, use face masks and wash your hands constantly
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco.
The beaches, rivers, squares, the boardwalk, and all public spaces of mass concentration in Puerto Vallarta will continue to be closed to the public, according to the mayor, Arturo Dávalos Peña, when calling on the people of Vallarta to continue at home.
During the remote town hall session held this Thursday, the mayor announced that the state governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez has indicated that on May 15 the possibility of returning gradually in some municipalities of the entity will be analyzed, to the economic reactivation, however, he stressed that for this it is necessary to continue at home, use face masks, wash hands constantly and make use of antibacterial gel.
Dávalos Peña said that despite the fact that the operations will continue, the policemen cannot act with violence, but only inviting the citizens to respect the health instructions, which will contribute to being able to lift the quarantine and gradually return to normal.
For this reason, the sanitary operations and filters, both on the roads leading to the city and in the urban area, will continue until necessary and “we succeed in defeating the coronavirus.”
The Mazatlan Post