Vizsla Silver Corp. provided results from 23 new drill holes targeting the Tajitos Vein resource area (Tajitos) at its 100%-owned, Panuco silver-gold project (Panuco or the Project) located in Mexico. CS-21-66: 115 metre step to the southwest: 3,374 grams per tonne (g/t) silver equivalent (AgEq) (2,607 g/t silver and 9.90 g/t gold) over 1.5 metres true width (mTW) from 348.3 m and; 793.9 g/t AgEq (599.7 g/t silver and 2.47 g/t gold) over 1.3 down hole width from 175.45m. CS-21-77: 165 metre step to the northeast: 354 g/t AgEq (216 g/t silver and 1.62 g/t gold) over 4.95 mTW from 348.3 m and; 1,582 g/t AgEq (1,115 g/t silver and 5.73 g/t gold) over 0.7 down hole width from 159.7 m. CS-21-37: 1,643 g/t AgEq (960 g/t silver and 7.94 g/t gold) over 1.34 mTW from 207.3 m. CS-21-50: 807 g/t AgEq (615 g/t silver and 2.46 g/t gold) over 1.99 mTW from 251.4 m. Resource drilling targeting the Tajitos Vein, located along the Cinco Senores Vein Corridor, approximately 500m east of the Napoleon Vein, has significantly expanded the Zone's mineralized footprint, now measuring 800 metres along strike and to a depth of 300 metres below surface. Drilling will now progress using a grid pattern on 100-metre centers (previously 50-metre centers) due to increased confidence in local controls to mineralization and the potential to rapidly add tonnage ahead of the data cut-off for inclusion in the maiden project resource. Step-out drilling to the southwest intersected 3,374 g/t silver equivalent over a true width of 1.4 metres in one of the deepest holes completed to date at Tajitos (CS-21-66). This intercept is located approximately 150 metres from the nearest drill hole (115 metres along strike) and remains open in all directions. Infill drilling between this intercept and the main panel of mineralization has been completed and assays remain pending. To the northeast, step-out hole CS-21-77 was similarly successful, intersecting the vein with increased width; 4.9 metres true width grading 354 g/t silver equivalent. This intercept is open in all directions and the company interprets it to be part of another potential zone of dilation observed along the Tajitos Vein. Step outs to depth and further to the northeast continue to define a broad mineralized structure (assays remain pending for these holes). Following the receipt of several outstanding assays surrounding the step-out holes detailed above, Vizsla intends to provide an updated average width and weighted average grade for the Tajitos Vein. CS-21-77 has also identified an additional parallel vein in the hanging wall of Tajitos, marked by elevated precious metals grades (0.7 metres downhole width grading 1,582 g/t silver equivalent. This vein appears to be restricted to the northeast zone and has been intersected by all step-out holes to the northeast of, and vertically below hole CS-21-77. Infill drilling centered on the core area of Tajitos has significantly improved the overall understanding of the Zone's controls to mineralization. The high-grade body of mineralization first intercepted in hole CS-21-01 is observed to pinch to the southwest of holes CS-20-06 and CS-20-11, particularly as the host lithology changes from Andesite to Diorite. Here, average vein thickness and grade are observed to decrease before the vein widens and grade lifts again away from the contact. Additionally, a notable change in dip direction observed in the southwest, with an axis from hole CS- 21-48 to CS-21-47, may be responsible for local grade variability, with relatively higher grades intercepted above and below this change. Holes CS-21-23 and CS-21-50 are good examples of the mineralization returning to higher grades beneath and to the southwest of this change in orientation. There are currently 10 drill rigs turning at Panuco: four centered on Napoleon resource drilling, three on Tajitos resource drilling, two focused on expanding the Josephine prospect and one testing EM geophysics targets.