Mexico denies AstraZeneca's vaccine, greenlights Pfizer's Comirnaty, engages in high-stakes diplomacy, sees justice served in a criminal arrest, confronts security challenges, and deals with extreme weather conditions.
SARS-CoV-2 causes COVID-19, a kind of coronavirus illness. Mild to moderate symptoms are typical for those infected with COVID-19, and the vast majority of people will get better without any particular care. Some, though, will become gravely ill and necessitate medical care.
Mexico's National Vaccination Campaign for winter 2023-2024 is set to protect against flu and Covid-19. With 54.6 million doses, it's a 'no one left behind' strategy, targeting the most vulnerable. Accessible vaccination centers make it a winter of health for all.
Cancun thrives amidst rising COVID-19 cases, thanks to strict restaurant safety protocols. Taxi driver assault condemned, demand penalties. Tourists flock despite US decline. Beaches get cleaner, turtles' nests protected with love.
Delve into Mexico's rollercoaster battle with Covid-19, from its controversial beginnings to the recent end of the emergency. Explore the impacts, controversies, and milestones in this article.
Mexico may be seeing a new coronavirus outbreak due to the discovery of a novel Covid-19 variant: BW.1, also known as Xibalbá, the Mayan underworld. The study indicates that this particular sublineage is geographically concentrated in the southeast of the country.
In Mazatlatlan, some sanitary protocols will be maintained at nightclubs. The application of gel to people at the entrances will not be eliminated.
Following the restrictions imposed by the pandemic on the use of open spaces and beaches in Tulum, the government has released a new schedule that will allow beachgoers to enjoy the beach at night.