Mexico’s Right to Health
Health in Mexico is a recognized human right. Can the country say this is true for everyone?
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Mexico’s private sector offered to help distribute the newly arrived COVID-19 vaccines.
INSABI’s national medical coordinator Alejandro Svarch during today's daily briefing.
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Highlights: AMLO rejects Tabasco governor’s claim, defends state company. Positions for health professionals double, MX$2.5 billion allocated…
President López Obrador noted that Argentina restructured 99 percent of its debt in today's briefing.
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Highlights: AMLO explains SEMARNAT head’s resignation, names Luisa María Albores. Anticipates no tax or debt increase in next year’s budget…
Health Promotion head Ricardo Cortés during today's special COVID-19 briefing.
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The Ministry of Health reports 63,146 accumulated deaths and 585,738 positive COVID-19 cases. Over 650,862 patients have tested negative to the virus.
Bartlett ventilators mexico
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Ventilators sold to the Mexican government at more than MX$500,000 (US$20,900) raise concerns.
children during covid-19
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WHO has outlined the most vulnerable groups to the pandemic but the ones struggling the most in the long term might be children.
Ignacio García of Sacyr Mexico
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Ignacio García
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PPPs are a tool for the government for priority developments, allowing the private sector to invest in projects that are less urgent
President López Obrador explained Mexico's stand regarding the global agreement to reduce oil production.
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The president explains OPEC’s expected 23 percent reduction was too much. US will reduce additional 250,000 barrels per day to help Mexico…
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