Boosters Deemed Unnecessary; Children will Get COVID-19 Vaccines
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Despite the controversy, Mexico will begin vaccinating children. Meanwhile, experts claim that COVID-19 vaccine boosters are unnecessary.
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Mexico is using diplomacy to actively overcome the crisis, explains Ministry of Foreign Affairs Martha Delgado.
Nine COVID-19 Vaccines Now Available in Mexico
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As Mexican children return to school, authorities rush to purchase and approve as many vaccines as possible.
Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine Received Full FDA Approval
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The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine has received full approval by the FDA after proving to reduce hospitalization.
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Analysis
Mexico’s R&D capabilities could boost the pharma industry’s economic position while spurring local technology development.
Monopolistic Practices, Mental Health Crises Unveiled
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Mexico faces challenging commercial and health realities while it fights the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nuevo Leon Strengthens Cross Border Vaccination Efforts
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Governments at both sides of the Mexico-US border increase their efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 and reactivate local economies.
Record COVID-19 Cases Propel Vaccination Efforts
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Mexico reached 3 million COVID-19 cases, spurring vaccination campaigns.
Should Countries Make COVID-19 Vaccines Mandatory?
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Human rights debates arise after some countries seek to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory.
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