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February 4, 2021
Desperation mounted in Mexico Thursday as the country runs out of coronavirus vaccines, a government registration website crashed for a third straight day and restaurant workers protested virus restrictions they say are driving them into poverty. Hundreds of cooks, waiters and other restaurant employees gathered at Mexico City’s Revolution Monument in their uniforms Thursday, banging...
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The University of Guadalajara (UdeG) and the biotechnology innovation company Genes2Life, which work to detect covid-19 mutations in residents of Jalisco, found four cases of the mutation E484K virus on January 27, the first being found in Puerto Vallarta, which is 50% more contagious than the original strain. The E484k mutation means that the virus...
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The Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico reported that due to the restrictions implemented by Canada as of January 31 to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Puerto Vallarta will stop receiving around 60 monthly flights that were made from that country to this tourist destination. According to the GAP, four airlines flew to Puerto Vallarta: Air Canada,...
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More than 24,000 doctors and health workers who in Jalisco make up the first line of battle against COVID-19 are waiting for the second dose of the vaccine that began to be supplied on January 13. This week marks 21 days for the second inoculation of the Pfizer drug, but so far no authority has...
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Mexico reported a near-record 1,707 confirmed coronavirus deaths Wednesday, as the country runs out of vaccines. The Health Department reported Mexico’s COVID-19 deaths now total 161,240, and confirmed infections rose by 12,153 to nearly 1.89 million. Estimates based on excess-death statistics suggest the real death toll is over 195,000. Mexico approved Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine...
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