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The country has experienced increments followed by energy prices and food. The trend persists in Latin America.
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Unity and collaboration have been banners in the fight against COVID-19, and remain so a year into the pandemic.
Vaccination Campaigns Threatened by Side-Effects
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After several accusations against the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, immunization campaigns slow down.
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Side effects have put on hold the use of different COVID-19 vaccines. Meanwhile, Mexico keeps going with the development of its own vaccine.
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Mexico’s vaccination plan keeps moving forward with the country reaching 10.6 million first doses administered. When can we move to the next stage?
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The US will send 2.7 million COVID-19 vaccines to Mexico. What does this mean for the country and how is it advancing with its vaccination efforts?
AMLO
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Highlights: If his electricity initiative is declared unconstitutional, AMLO will promote a reform. Mexico to contact Canada over mining problems…
Rafael Gual
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Rafael Gual
Director General
CANIFARMA (National Chamber of the Pharmaceutical Industry)
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There are factors that impact the availability of vaccine doses directly and some others that could compromise the supply of medicines in general.
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With more tests made available and new technology for vaccine distribution, there are new possibilities to fight the pandemic.
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