Vizsla Silver Corp. provided new results from ongoing resource focused drilling at its 100%-owned flagship Panuco silver-gold project ("Panuco" or the "Project") located in Mexico. In total, ten new holes targeting the Napoleon Resource Area ("Napoleon") and three new holes centered on the Tajitos Resource Area ("Tajitos") continue to intersect high-grade silver-gold mineralization ahead of the Company's maiden project resource slated for first quarter of 2022. Resource drilling at Napoleon is focussed on expanding and infilling three main areas along the Napoleon Vein Corridor with four drill rigs. To the south, a 200-metre step out from previously reported NP-21-142, has returned a medium grade vein intercept (280g/t AgEq over 2.74 mTW) and multiple hanging wall and footwall intercepts. This large step-out, will require ongoing infill drilling to further demonstrate local continuity of the mineralization. Additionally, deeper drilling along strike and down-plunge to the south, has been successful in extending mineralization to over 450 metres below surface. Hole NP-21-189B is now the deepest drill hole completed at Napoleon and supports an additional 100 metres to the zone's overall vertical profile. The Company will continue to test the depth potential of the Napoleon Vein with broad 100 metre step-outs ahead of the December 1st assay cut-off for inclusion in the maiden resource. In the north at the Papayo Zone, infill drilling continues to highlight a consistent zone of near surface mineralization. The Company anticipates a portion of this zone will be part of the Project's maiden resource, adding an additional 500 m of strike length to the northern end of the Napoleon Resource Area. The Tajitos Resource area continues to expand, with mineralization now traced over 1,000 m of strike. New results from the northeast have locally expanded mineralization by ~200 m, marked by 901 g/t Ag and 3.25 g/t Au (1,15 g/t AgEq) over 3.84 mTW in hole CS-21-71. This, in addition to multiple wide vein intercepts in holes CS-21-87, CS-21-90 and CS-21-92 (assays pending) indicate the potential for a much larger panel of mineralization than previously considered at Tajitos. Three rigs continue to drill test Tajitos, where mineralization remains open at depth and to the northeast. In addition to the main structure, a second coherent vein has been intersected in the hanging wall and represents another opportunity for resource expansion once assays have been received. Two rigs continue to expand the Josephine Vein, with step-out holes underway testing both the southern and northern extents of the vein. Over the coming months, systematic drilling will aim to cover the entire 1,200 metre of known vein strike, with assays to be reported in batches upon receipt. One rig is testing electromagnetic (EM) targets at the northern extension of the Cinco Senores Vein Corridor. Two additional EM targets have now been drill tested, with one returning broad intervals of disseminated galena and sphalerite and the second defining a new vein coincident with the target. Assays remain outstanding for all EM target holes.