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Successful care provision is compromised by budget cuts. This and more in the weekly roundup.
COVID-19 Vaccine
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Mexico bought over 9 million doses of Abdala, Cuba's COVID-19 vaccine, that will be used to immunize children between five and 11 years old.
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Industry leaders, civil institutions and government organizations are discussing strategies for universal healthcare provision.
Vaccination
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The country claims that the Global Access Fund for Vaccines Against COVID-19 (COVAX) has not fully committed to its COVID-19 deliveries.
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Weekly Roundups
This week, vaccine shortages, COVID-19 side effects and drug prices were in the spotlight. This and more in the weekly roundup.
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Through IMSS, the Mexican public health sector introduced strategies to promote healthier lifestyles.
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The UN and GSK’s ViiV HealthCare plan to distribute a generic drug to prevent HIV. This and more in the weekly roundup.
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While the government is working to strengthen public health, it is falling short of meeting its goals.
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Healthcare provision at public institutions was affected by insecurity, as the country deals with the effects of climate change.
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