Covid-19 Update – Jul 20, 2020

Puerto Vallarta Update:

There was a lot of talk about Puerto Vallarta completely shutting down for two weeks starting Monday, July 13, but that never happened. Vallarta remains open!

According to data from the Mexican government’s Covid-19 website, the total, cumulative, number of Covid-19 cases in the state of Jalisco is less than the daily number of new cases currently being reported for the state of Florida. As of July 17th, 2020 (the latest data available as of July 20th), the total number of deaths in the state of Jalisco is 1,221, which is lower than most of the larger states in USA.

According to the same source, as of July 17th, 2020, the cumulative Covid-19 statistics are as follows:

  • 891 confirmed cases.
  • 149 suspect cases.
  • 923 negative tests.
  • 99 deaths.
  • 527 recovered.
  • 141 active cases.
This is a graph showing the number of Covid-19 cases in Puerto Vallarta as of July 17, 2020
Source: https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/

How to read the graph above: The bars show the daily number of new confirmed cases. The darker bars are the women and the lighter bar are men. The numbers on the left side represent daily cases. For example the bars furthest to the right indicate that on July 17, there were a total of 6 new confirmed cases, five females and one male. The line represents the total number of cases, 891 as of July 17, 2020.


Nayarit/Banderas Bay Update:

As per the Mexican government’s website, as of July 17th, 2020, the cumulative Covid-19 statistics for the Banderas Bay area of the state of Nayarit (from Jarretaderas to Lo de Marco, including Nuevo Vallarta, Mezcales, Bucerias, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Punta Mita, Sayulita, and San Pancho) are as follows:

  • 383 confirmed cases.
  • 44 suspect cases.
  • 246 negative tests.
  • 36 deaths.
  • 224 recovered.
  • 53 active cases.
This is a graph showing the number of Covid-19 cases in Banderas Bay, Nayarit, as of July 17, 2020
Source: https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/

How to read the graph above: As with the previous graph, the bars show the daily number of new confirmed cases. The darker bars are the women and the lighter bar are men. The numbers on the left side represent daily cases. For example the bars furthest to the right indicate that on July 17, there were a total of 5 new confirmed cases, two females and three male. The line represents the total number of cases, 383 as of July 17, 2020.