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!
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?
Confidence in Vaccines Essential to Move Past Crisis
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This week, COVID-19 variants challenge vaccination campaigns globally. How is Mexico confronting this scenario?
Global Inequality to Slow Down Vaccination Progress
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Inequality gaps have evidenced the difficulties in achieving 80 percent global COVID-19 immunization.
Doctor
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This week, Mexico Health Summit hosted several industry experts to discuss the current state of the sector, its problems and opportunities.
Local COVID-19 Vaccine Production Begins
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The AstraZeneca/Oxford University vaccine begins production in Mexico. Meanwhile, private sector doctors receive their first vaccines.
Health Tech Boosts COVID-19 Protection
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This week, technology demonstrates its crucial role during the pandemic with innovative solutions for vaccine tracing.
Moderna Vaccine Receives Emergency Approvals
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COVID-19 vaccine developments keep bringing positive news. Moderna might be the next in line for emergency approval.
Vaccine
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Mexico’s vaccine plans, including potential approval for new COVID-19 vaccine producers, are among this week’s top stories.
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