When it comes to tourism revenue and financial recovery, things are looking good in Jalisco. You’d better enjoy walking El Centro—you’ll be doing it for a while. PLUS, what’s up with the Oxxo/Kiosko robber? He scored again!
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From today’s broadcast:
Jalisco reports 9,181 million peso revenue during the Summer vacation period. https://vallartaopina.net/jalisco-registro-9181-mdp-en-derrama-economica-por-vacaciones-de-verano-2021/
Puerto Vallarta reached 62.8 percent hotel occupation during the Summer vacation period. https://vallartaopina.net/en-verano-vallarta-registro-una-ocupacion-hotelera-del-62-80/
Jalisco’s “Pueblos Mágicos” also scored well, San Sebastián del Oeste with the highest economic recovery percentage. https://vallartaopina.net/pueblos-magicos-de-jalisco-registran-recuperacion-paulatina-en-medio-de-la-pandemia/
Governor Alfaro announced that all jobs lost during the pandemic have been recovered. https://www.facebook.com/EnriqueAlfaroR/photos/a.137419386289242/4751611101536691/
El Centro will continue without public buses until the Insurgentes bridge is rebuilt. https://contralinea.net/se-mantendra-sin-camiones-urbanos-al-centro-hasta-reconstruccion-del-puente-del-cuale-vialidad/
The Oxxo thief scores again. https://vallartaindependiente.com/2021/09/11/treinta-y-tantos-y-contando-asaltan-otra-tienda-de-conveniencia-en-vallarta/
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