Diversifying Vaccine Manufacturing Hubs for Equal Distribution
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As world leaders work to avoid COVID-19 vaccination inequality, some countries introduce traveling measures to stop local outbreaks.
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Austria stops using AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine after the death of a 49-year-old woman. How is Mexico’s vaccination plan going?
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Highlights: AMLO responds to accusations he repressed a women’s rights march. Mexico has access to a new Chinese vaccine.
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Equality at the workplace is still a long road ahead. However, Mexico does have outstanding female leaders in the health sector.
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A year from Mexico’s first COVID-19 case, how is the country’s immunization program going?
Access to Innovation: Pandemic Dispute
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The extensive collaboration efforts to develop a vaccine seem to not apply to its distribution. This is the Week in Health!
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After the arrival of new vaccines, Mexico continues with its vaccination program. How is the country doing?
Treatment Access Priority in Mexico
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The Access to Medicine Foundation reveals that Mexico is among the countries with more strategies for therapies access.
Mexico Calls Out Vaccine Monopoly
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Fair distribution and cooperation are essential to get over crisis. Are all countries contributing to the same cause?
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