I don't think so.
Whenever I had a hole or a small hole (pin hole) on Hypalon tubes I had to patch it up properly.
This is what i was advised by a hypalon tube company in Greece.
I think that you can just put some glue on PVC and let it set cause is different glue and material altogether.
IMHO, PVC be repaired much easier than Hypalon
With hypalon you need to rub with sand paper both surfaces quite a bit, clean it with acetone or something similar, apply glue on both serfices let it dry a bit and then stick the paches together rub them hard and after that you'll have to wait for a while to set. With PVC clean surfaces with white alcohol spirit or acetone (acetone takes some colour off) just apply the glue on both surfaces, let it dry completely, use a hair dryer to warm it up a bit and stick both surfaces, rub them hard and in 10-15 mins is as good as new