A 26-year-old man was treated by Civil Protection elements on Playa Los Muertos, in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico; with symptoms of COVID-19.
While walking along Playa Los Muertos, the young man had trouble breathing, so they requested medical attention.
The man, originally from Puebla and identified as José Manuel, explained that three days before traveling he was diagnosed with COVID-19, and was transferred to the IMSS clinic 170 to receive medical attention.
Despite having put tourists and workers in Puerto Vallarta at risk, the man was charged with any crime or sanction, because his individual guarantees marked in article 16 of the Constitution would be violated, explained Salvador Segura Ibarra, coordinator of Health Services of the VIII Sanitary Region.
more recommended stories
Earth will become one big Supercontinent again
Geoscientists say Earth will be home to one.
Atlantic Hurricane Season 2022 to start June 1st
Federal meteorologists are forecasting a record-shattering.
Switzerland has a high rate of gun ownership, but no mass shootings
Switzerland hasn’t had a mass shooting.
British drummer Alan White dies at 72
Alan White, the British drummer who.
Two women arrested in Arizona in possession of 500 thousand fentanyl pills
Two women were arrested after about.
Seven migrants dead and 25 injured in a bus accident
Authorities in northern Mexico said Wednesday.
Solar Panel business in the US is suddenly in crisis
An ongoing Department of Commerce investigation.
Andy Fletcher Depeche Mode co-founder dies at age 60
Depeche Mode Keyboardist Andy ‘Fletch’ Fletcher.
Merida City Council presented the 2022 Forestry Crusade “In Harmony with Nature”
With the aim of continuing to.
Huge Flamboyán tree falls on top of a car in Ucú, Yucatán
A mother who went to pick.