COVID-19 Vaccine Patents Under the Spotlight
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This week, Mexico began HIV vaccination trials while the US analyzes waiving patents of COVID-19 vaccines.
Diplomacy Can Also Solve A Health Crisis
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Unity and collaboration have been banners in the fight against COVID-19, and remain so a year into the pandemic.
Vaccines Supported by Scientific Data, Political Acts
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Encouraging vaccination has been key for every government. In Mexico, President López Obrador publicly received his first dose to promote trust.
Vaccination Campaigns Threatened by Side-Effects
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After several accusations against the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, immunization campaigns slow down.
Vaccine Controversy: From Side Effects to Application
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Vaccination campaigns turned controversial after a video of a simulated vaccine application in Mexico City was shared on social media.
COVID-19 Real Death Toll 61 Percent Higher Than Official Figures
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After a year in lockdown and restrictive measures, where does the Mexican health care system stand?
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The US will send COVID-19 vaccines to Mexico and PAHO said the country has registered a stabilization in the number of infections.
Medicine Distribution Compromised Once More
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Public medicine tenders faced a challenging 2020. Have lessons not been learnt? Here is the Week in Health!
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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