PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico – Yellow flags were raised on the beaches of Puerto Vallarta as the city welcomed thousands of tourists looking for a tropical getaway over the December holidays.
In light of this influx, the dedicated lifeguards and vigilant firefighters of the Puerto Vallarta Civil Protection Directorate are working tirelessly to ensure the safety of all beachgoers. Their efforts are in close coordination with the Jalisco State Navy Secretary and the Civil Protection Department and are primarily aimed at providing comprehensive security and surveillance while carrying out important preventive activities.
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