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Mexico may face smallpox due to lack of vaccines

Mexico. Earth is in danger the occurrence of measles before the deficiency of a triple viral vaccine in 2018, which was not warned by the previous health administration.

This was announced by the Undersecretariat for the Prevention and Promotion of Health, Hugo Lopez Gattel, who explained that 776,000 children are not given vaccines that prevent measles, rubella and mumps, says the Excelsior portal on its website.

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We were not warned about this vaccine problem. When we entered, which was on December 1st, we learned that the agreement was abolished and left us a serious administrative problem, "the official said.

Given the risk of measles infection through health warnings in the United States, Brazil, Venezuela and Europe, Lopez Gatel announced that the vaccination will be covered by a 554,000-dollar loan by the state-owned company Biológicos y Reactivos de México, S.A. of C.V. (Birmex) and the rest will be donated by Pemex, in the absence of the agreement of Grupo Laboratorios Imperiales Pharma, in charge of production.

To know the level of risk in which the country is located, said that it activates a protocol for assessing geographical and demographic coverage of vaccination.

Research and documentation will be made with serological studies on the degree of immunity to measles population and includes analyzing the different directions of human movements at national and international level in Mexico

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