Gavel on white background
News Article
After several appeals, Mexico’s federal courts put an ultimatum on the Ministry of Health to resume medication supply.
Yellow ambulancce
News Article
Changes in Mexico’s regulatory framework will allow health agencies, such as INSABI, to directly import drugs and supplies for the public sector.
Mexico to Reach 40 Percent of Vaccinated Adults
Weekly Roundups
Vaccine rollouts slowed down in June, while the economic reopening and educational activities resumed.
Person holding flasks
Weekly Roundups
Vaccine development, medication distribution and international agreements are some of the topics discussed in this week’s roundup
Medication
News Article
After a problematic first year of logistics operations, INSABI has settled for two companies.
Armando Arenas
Expert Contributor
Armando Arenas
Partner
Olivares
https://www.linkedin.com/company/olivares
https://twitter.com/OLIVARESLaw
https://www.olivares.mx
Olivares Partner Armando Arenas outlines the “notorious inconsistencies” in the government’s procurement deal with the UN.
Rafael Gual
Expert Contributor
Rafael Gual
Director General
CANIFARMA (National Chamber of the Pharmaceutical Industry)
https://mx.linkedin.com/in/rafael-gual-cos%C3%ADo-a316a538
https://twitter.com/canifarma?lang=es
http://www.canifarma.org.mx/
There are factors that impact the availability of vaccine doses directly and some others that could compromise the supply of medicines in general.
Mexico’s Right to Health
Analysis
Health in Mexico is a recognized human right. Can the country say this is true for everyone?
Olga Sánchez
News Article
Highlights: AMLO is recovering well. Vaccination brigades will help those elderly who cannot go to vaccination centers.
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