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After a two year absence, my wife and I are back in Puerto Vallarta.  We both got our shots in plenty of time to develop "full" immunity, whatever that may entail. We still wear our masks when not eating or swimming. Most of the town seems to have taken COVID protocols seriously, with limiting shoppers in businesses, mandatory masks, and disinfectant and temperature checks before allowing anyone inside. Walking around town, I'd say at least 50%+ of the locals and visitors are wearing masks outside.

Good news/bad news at the resort where we're staying. Good news: there's been a couple dozen 20-ish swimsuit models posing at the resort for the past few days. So, yeah, swimsuit models! Bad news, neither they, nor their douchey boyfriends/handlers/photographers are wearing masks when not posing. (Also, they are not tipping the hard-working folks at this AI, which pisses me off mightily.) Otherwise, we are enjoying the weather and great local seafood.

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