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Mexico's deputy health minister tests positive for COVID-19

Mexico's deputy health minister tests positive for COVID-19

Mexico Grants Emergency Use of Russia Vaccine to Fight Coronavirus

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Mexico’s regulatory agency approved emergency use of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, shortly after Deputy Health Minister Hugo Lopez-Gatell announced Tuesday the country’s plan to combat the novel coronavirus would involve use of the vaccine. 
The Associated Press reports Mexico is launching its vaccination program as its capital, Mexico City, is struggling to accommodate a growing number of coronavirus patients and provide adequate oxygen to hospitals.  
Meantime, Lopez-Gattel said the first batches of the 7.4 million doses of the Sputnik V vaccine will arrive this month through April.    
The Sputnik V vaccine’s credibility was elevated Tuesday after late-stage clinical trial results published in The Lancet international medical journal revealed it was 91.6% effective in preventing people from developing COVID-19.    

Mexico may delay second Pfizer vaccine doses, allows private orders


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MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s government said on Friday that second doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines could be delayed and private companies will be allowed to purchase the drugs directly as the country seeks to acheive wider coverage more quickly.
Deputy health minister Hugo Lopez Gatell said Mexico was considering delaying the administration of the second dose of the two-dose Pfizer Inc./BioNTech vaccine to patients to help get the first dose to those in need more quickly.
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Hugo López-Gatell, Mexico's Covid-19 czar, criticized after hitting the beach


Hugo López-Gatell, Mexico's Covid-19 czar, criticized after beach trip
CNN
1/5/2021
Imagine Dr. Fauci heading to a beach in Miami for some vacation right now.
That's how some Mexicans are describing the actions of Dr. Hugo López-Gatell, a deputy secretary of health and the leading public face of the Mexican government's coronavirus response.
López-Gatell was photographed over the weekend at what appears to be an oceanfront restaurant in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, in the tourist-friendly beach town of Zipolite. The images quickly went viral on social media.
A Mexican government source has confirmed the authenticity of the photos.

Hugo López-Gatell, Mexico's Covid-19 czar, criticized after beach trip


Hugo López-Gatell, Mexico's Covid-19 czar, criticized after beach trip
CNN
1/5/2021
Imagine Dr. Fauci heading to a beach in Miami for some vacation right now.
That's how some Mexicans are describing the actions of Dr. Hugo López-Gatell, a deputy secretary of health and the leading public face of the Mexican government's coronavirus response.
López-Gatell was photographed over the weekend at what appears to be an oceanfront restaurant in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, in the tourist-friendly beach town of Zipolite. The images quickly went viral on social media.
A Mexican government source has confirmed the authenticity of the photos.

Anger in Mexico. The Covid-19 "czar" makes beach trip amid worst days of pandemic – The Yucatan Times

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Yucatan Times on January 5, 2021
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Quédate en casa, or Stay at Home, has become a household phrase. 
Mexico City (TMM) – Imagine the UK’s chief medical officer or Dr. Fauci in the United States heading to a beach for some vacation time right now as the pandemic lashes out in their country.
“Inconceivable”, “a total lack of empathy”... that’s how most Mexicans describe the actions of Dr. Hugo López-Gatell, a deputy secretary of health and the leading public face of the Mexican government’s coronavirus response.
López-Gatell was photographed over the weekend at what appears to be an oceanfront restaurant in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, in the tourist-friendly beach town of Zipolite. The images quickly went viral on social media.

Mexico administers first doses of COVID-19 vaccine

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December 24, 2020
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Mexico on Thursday began administering the first doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, a day after receiving its first shipment. 
En el Hospital General de México atestiguamos con la jefa de Gobierno, @Claudiashein, la aplicación de la primera vacuna. Simultáneamente se vacunó a personal de salud en Querétaro y en Toluca, Estado de México. 2/2
Mari­a Irene Ramirez, a 59-year-old nurse working at the General Hospital of Mexico City; Maria del Rosario Lora Lopez, a nurse at COVID-19 hospital in the city of Queretaro; and Daniel Diaz Dominguez, a surgeon at a military hospital in the city of Toluca, became the first Mexicans to get the Pfizer’s vaccine.

Mexico distorted data on the severity of the coronavirus in the country's capital. – The Yucatan Times

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Yucatan Times on December 22, 2020
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The federal government had data that should have triggered an immediate shutdown in early December. Instead, it kept Mexico City open for another two weeks.
MEXICO CITY (Times Media Mexico) – According to The New York Times, federal authorities withheld vital information about the pandemic. In an article in the newspaper, in early December, the pandemic was once again raging in Mexico City: after declining during the summer, the coronavirus was spreading rapidly, hospitalizations were increasing, and respirators were running out.
Despite the increase, federal officials reassured the public during a December 4 briefing that Mexico City had not reached the critical level of contagion that would force the closure of its economy by the government’s standards.

Mexico totals 109,456 deaths from Coronavirus.

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Yucatan Times on December 6, 2020
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José Luis Alomía, general director of Epidemiology, reported that there are also 398,410 suspicious cases.
MEXICO CITY (Times Media Mexico) – Due to the poor management of the pandemic in Mexico by the government of Lopez Obrador and the already demonstrated ineptitude of Dr. Lopez Gatell, Mexico has 109 thousand 456 deaths due to the SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus. It accumulates one million 168 thousand 395 confirmed cases.
José Luis Alomía, general director of Epidemiology, informed that there are also 398 thousand 410 suspicious cases.
There are an estimated 75,761 active cases, 859,463 people have recovered from the virus, and 593 new deaths and 11,625 new cases of covid-19 have been registered in the system.

Mexico runs out of death certificates amidst raging pandemic


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Lights are seen for the upcoming celebrations of the 210th anniversary of the Mexican Independence Day, at Zocalo Square in Mexico City, on September 4, 2020, amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. -AFP pic
MEXICO'S deputy health minister said the government had ordered 1.1 million additional death certificates be printed as several parts of the country ran out and Covid-19 cases continue to soar.
Mexico has registered over 66,000 coronavirus-related fatalities, putting it fourth in terms of Covid-19 deaths behind the US, Brazil and India.
The World Health Organisation has also said Mexico's cases and deaths are probably "under-recognised" due to limited testing.

51,311 deaths caused by Covid-19 in Mexico

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Yucatan Times on August 8, 2020
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On Friday, August 7, Mexico registered 51,311 deaths from the Covid-19 pandemic. In Yucatan 1,375 deaths
MEXICO CITY (Times Media Mexico) – Mexico registered 51,311 deaths from the Covid-19 pandemic as of Friday, August 7, while the number of confirmed cases of the pathogen is 469,407, revealed data from the federal Health Ministry.
The technical report presented this afternoon from the National Palace by Dr. Jose Luis Alomia, director of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Health, also reveals that the Valley of Mexico continues to be the one with the highest number of infections the country, which is in an orange traffic light.

Oaxaca bans the sale of sugary drinks and junk food to minors

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The Congress of Oaxaca approved the ban so that minors could not buy sugary drinks or junk food.
OAXACA, Oax. – Oaxaca became the first state to prohibit the sale of beverages and junk food to minors after the local Congress, approved with 31 votes in favor of the bill to eradicate and reduce obesity and diabetes in the population.
In response, the Undersecretary of Health Promotion and Prevention, Hugo López-Gatell Ramírez, welcomed the measure and called it an advance in health care.
“I welcome the approval of this initiative that defends the best interests of children. It is an advance in health care from prevention”.

The temporary Hospital in Siglo XXI Century, the last resource for Yucatan.

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The temporal hospital will be activated today since the other hospitals are at full capacity. 
MERIDA Yucatan (Times Media Mexico) – The state authorities will put today in operation their last strategic reserve of beds, equipment, and medical personnel to attend patients with the coronavirus: the temporary hospital set up at the Siglo XXI Convention Center. There will no longer be any new spaces to receive patients when a high number of infections and deaths continue to be reported in the state by Covid-19. The hospital in Valladolid is also part of this reserve, and it went into operation a few days ago.

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