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Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador

Mexico president will get AstraZeneca COVID-19 shot, says risks minimal
World

Mexico president will get AstraZeneca COVID-19 shot, says risks minimal

  • Lopez Obrador, 67, said the benefits outweighed the risks of the low-cost shot, which is a core pillar of Mexico's vaccination strategy. Several countries have drawn attention to possible links between the vaccine and very rare cases of blood clots.
  • Mexico's health regulator said it was investigating the information, but had no current plans to limit the shot to any age group.
Published 08 Apr, 2021 08:16pm
Mexican president thanks Biden for COVID shots to ease shortage
World

Mexican president thanks Biden for COVID shots to ease shortage

  • President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador told a news briefing that the United States will send doses of AstraZeneca's vaccine, which are slightly more than the 2.5 million US officials had previously indicated.
  • Lopez Obrador said that in return for the vaccines, Mexico would give the United States what it had "always" given, namely "friendship and cooperation across all spheres."
Published 19 Mar, 2021 09:18pm