A missing person reappears and we turn the incident into a Spanish lesson. Pamela goes Category 1. Public buses return to Paso Ancho. Covid-related hospitalizations decrease. PLUS, an unexpected update on the Insurgentes Bridge/Isla Río Cuale crossing.
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From today’s broadcast:
Public transportation returns to Paso Ancho, gradually. https://vallartaindependiente.com/2021/10/11/vuelve-a-operar-el-transporte-publico-para-paso-ancho-tras-peticiones-de-ciudadanos/
Covid-19 caseload decreases at Regional Hospital. https://contralinea.net/disminucion-significativa-en-hospitalizaciones-y-casos-de-covid-19-20-de-ocupacion-en-area-covid-del-hospital-regional-alvarez-zayas/
There will be no tolerance for corruption in my administration, says Mayor Luis Michel. https://contralinea.net/no-tolerara-corrupcion-influyentismo-nepotismo-ni-amiguismo-dice-michel/
Pamela strengthens into a Category 1 hurricane. https://vallartaopina.net/pamela-se-fortalece-y-esta-noche-sera-huracan-piden-tener-cuidado/
Former City Hall comptroller reported missing yesterday is not missing today. https://contralinea.net/aparece-el-ex-contralor-fernando-pena-reportado-como-desaparecido/
Church of Guadalupe celebrates its 100th anniversary today. https://contralinea.net/hoy-hace-100-anos-en-puerto-vallarta/
WATCH: ‘No Estaba Muerto, Estaba de Parranda,’ by La Corporación.