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  1. Tests are available in many labs All you need to do is pay.
  2. Para vehículos (autos, camionetas, tractocamiones, etc,) el monto fijado es de $688pesos, más $55.00 pesos para apoyar a la Cruz Roja y a la Casa Hogar Cabañas. (Cruz roja $32.00 pesos y Hogar Cabañas $23.00 pesos) Any discount will only apply to the $688 If you pay in January your net will be $674
  3. https://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/gobierno/comunicados/refrendo-vehicular-2020
  4. January 15 Friday updates Chapala active: -1 awaiting results: -1 Deaths: unc. Jocotepec active: -3 awaiting results: unc. Deaths: unc. Ixtlahuacán active: +3 awaiting results: -3 Deaths: +1 If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  5. You can not legally drive with an expired license.
  6. Based on the progression of the virus in the world no one has a plan that has worked. Basically a lockdown does not stop the virus' progression it just delays it. The only exception being New Zealand which is very odd because their harshest rules were less than some other countries, and didn't even include mandatory mask use except on public transport. Studies may show there have been other factors that have aided New Zealand.
  7. I think you are correct. The testing sites lakeside can process an antigen. Only a test kit is needed. For PCR they send to a lab in GDL that has the specialized equipment needed. In the US you can purchase home antigen test kits that give results in about 15 minutes. Other countries that require a test they specify a PCR. Antigen tests are not as accurate with more false negatives. One lab website says if you suspect or have been exposed take the antigen test...if negative then you should take the PCR to be sure.
  8. HarryB you are correct. Chapala's denial for non Mexicans is probably unconstitutional. But what non Mexican would dare to bring an action in the courts?
  9. January 14 Thursday updates Chapala active: -2 awaiting results: +6 Deaths: unc. Jocotepec active: -1 awaiting results: +6 Deaths: unc. Ixtlahuacán active: unc. awaiting results: +1 Deaths: unc. If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  10. We will need to carry the card as well as the current year's receipt of payment in the car.
  11. C Correct. Website shows the 15% discount on my bill. You don't get both. I see no way to obtain the senior discount on the website. So in person visit is needed.
  12. Again You will receive a plastic registration card the size of a credit card & a receipt. The plastic card is your Tarjeta de Circulación (registration card)
  13. No sure what the "thing" you carry in your wallet is. You will receive a plastic registration card the size of a credit card & a receipt.
  14. Corona virus is more closely related to the common cold family of viruses. Johnson & Johnson is using a common cold virus as it's carrier for the vaccine.
  15. Many of us have been paying online for many years. So easy.
  16. January 13 Wednesday updates Chapala active: +3 awaiting results: -2 Deaths: unc. Jocotepec active: +3 awaiting results: -7 Deaths: +1 Ixtlahuacán active: +3 awaiting results: +2 Deaths: +1 If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  17. Reported in El Milenio today. The first 24,375 doses of Pfizer's vaccine against COVID-19 arrived in Jalisco. The authorities trust that they will be enough to vaccinate, in three days, all the health personnel in the State who care for infected patients. According to the state secretary , Fernando Petersen, that if the deliveries are maintained like this, in a month it could begin to vaccinate the elderly in the Jalisco and even firefighters and policemen. Those 24,375 doses are part of the fifth shipment of Pfizer vaccines that landed in Mexico: the largest so far (th
  18. My wife who actually worked for the state of Jalisco in a division of Transito never put a sticker in her window.
  19. At Salud Digna in GDL a PCR test is $950 an antigen test is $250 Molecular tests detect the tiniest bits of genetic code specific to SARS-CoV-2 NAAT is "nucleic acid amplification test" PCR is polymerase chain reaction Nucleic Acid Amplification Test is an umbrella term for any DNA test that involves an amplification step. Notice that the inclusion of amplification in the definition means that any NAAT necessarily involves some kind of PCR procedure, but does not imply that the PCR step is where the test happens. Both involve a laboratory with the specific equipment and a su
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