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Mexico plans to vaccinate more than 116 million people, or roughly 90% of its population, against the novel coronavirus by the end of 2021 after reaching accords with pharmaceutical companies and the World Health Organization-backed COVAX plan, the government said on Tuesday. In a presentation led by Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, the government said it...
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José Luis Alomía Zegarra, general director of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Health (Ssa), confirmed the first case of Sars Cov 2 and Influenza AH1N1 double infection in Mexico. In the evening conference on the report of COVID-19 in the country, he explained that the case was detected in a 54-year-old woman and that as...
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There were mass cremations of bodies; entire families died and the inhabitants of the city, afraid to pull their bodies out, simply collapsed their homes on top of them to bury them on the spot. The scene, beyond even the current coronavirus pandemic, was a scourge brought 500 years ago by Spanish conquistadores and their...
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The administration of vitamins intravenously and intramuscularly has become extremely popular because the absorption of these high-quality vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants is direct and is better compared to pills or capsules. Puerto Vallarta has the ideal place to receive this type of treatment: REVIV, a spa/clinic specialized in promoting wellness, comfort, and health to its clients....
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Vita Deyun is the first Mexican treatment that has undergone rigorous laboratory tests, but has also proven its effectiveness in more than 7,500 people. Mexican doctors performed numerous in-vitro tests on patients and health personnel to verify the effectiveness of the supplement, which was developed with the support of Jalisco’s private sector, against the SARS-COV2...
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Mexico is working to produce its own COVID-19 vaccines and could have one ready by next spring, according to a researcher coordinating local efforts amid a global race to tame a disease that has infected over 26.75 million people worldwide. Esther Orozco, coordinator of the scientific group that represents Mexico at the Coalition for Epidemic...
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Mexico said on Thursday that it plans to take part in stage 3 trials of the Russian coronavirus vaccine in October, part of the nation’s efforts to secure supplies of possible future COVID-19 vaccines. Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said that if the Mexican regulator permits it, the Russian vaccine can be brought to Mexico and...
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Mexico leads the world in coronavirus deaths among its health care workers, Amnesty International said in a new report Wednesday. It said Mexico has reported 1,320 confirmed deaths from COVIID-19 so far, surpassing the United States at 1,077, the United Kingdom at 649, and Brazil at 634. The report is likely to revive debate about...
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Mexico is pressing ahead with an effort to forge COVID-19 vaccine alliances across a wide ideological spectrum of countries from France to Cuba as a World Health Organization (WHO) vaccine initiative will fall short of its needs. Mexico joined in early June the WHO’s global COVAX plan, which aims to deliver at least 2 billion...
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According to projections by the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ), more than 16,000 new cases of dengue could be added to the current 1,751 cases during the last four months of 2020, which would create a new record of infections in the State. Carlos Armando Ruíz Esparza Macías, director of Prevention and Health Promotion, reported that...
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Residents of Mexico’s Gulf coast state of Veracruz have complained after photos showed mountains of bagged hospital waste piling up in a patio outside a government hospital. The 10-foot (3-meter) tall garbage pile outside the Adolfo Ruiz Cortines hospital has apparently been growing for a couple of weeks, according to hospital employees and residents of...
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The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE), Marcelo Ebrard, announced that Mexico and Argentina agreed to produce between 150 and 250 million doses of the vaccine against COVID- 19 that Astra – Zeneca and the University of Oxford developed. Through a message issued through their official accounts, the Mexican Foreign Minister stressed that...
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When the coronavirus epidemic began to intensify in Mexico at the end of March, Doctor Jose Garcia said his bosses at a public trauma hospital in Mexico City denied his request for masks, gloves and disinfectant. They argued such protective equipment was only necessary for those working directly with coronavirus patients, Garcia said. Unconvinced, he...
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During the recent pandemic of COVID-19, we have experienced distancing and isolation to try and keep contagion to a minimum. The pandemic has not only affected our work, school, and overall day-to-day life, but it has also has taken a toll on our health. Feelings like anxiety, stress, frustration, and sometimes even fear has increased...
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Mexico’s government will create a state-run medicine distribution agency and will sign an agreement with the United Nations to purchase cheaper drugs and vaccines on the international market, the country’s president said on Thursday. “This means breaking up the monopoly of companies that had control in Mexico. They sold medications that were expensive, of poor...
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