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Mexico’s Health Under Secretary, Hugo López-Gatell said the vaccination process could be accelerated as more approved vaccines arrive from other sources. That’s why This week Mexico plans to sign a deal to purchase 35 million doses from China.  Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has announced there will be 150 private hospital beds available to achieve the goal of saving lives. At the same time, the head of the World Health Organization has urged Mexico’s government to be serious about addressing the pandemic. https://twitter.com/TRTWorldNow/status/1333934512531714051?s=20 https://youtu.be/S2pTCFDp6eI

Georgina became the first tango dancer with Parkinson’s. She started practicing it five years ago, after she was diagnosed with this condition. Through tango she has found the strength the disease has taken away from her. Tango therapy teacher, Brandy Ruvalcaba says her bonding with the students comes from a problem she had with her legs when she was born. With therapy, she managed to overcome it and reach her goal and become a professional dancer.    Brandy says her method has helped more than a hundred patients for the last five years. Thanks to her tango classes her students with Parkinson’s disease have improved their balance and posture.  Juan Cortes is the president of the Parkinson’s Association, he believes that a supportive community is essential for dealing with this progressive disorder.  For these patients, Tango has given them back the opportunity to recover the accuracy in their movements by practicing and…

It’s been a year since Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was elected President, and seven months since he took office. He launched two of his signature programs: scholarships for young people who are out of work and pension plans for people over 65 years old. His austerity plan reduced the wages of highly paid government officials’, and budget cuts were applied in a number of federal ministries. This left many government workers without a job. For economic analyst José Luis de la Cruz these austerity measures might have a negative impact on the country’s growth Lopez Obrador’s agenda shifted after U.S. President Trump threatened to impose tariffs on Mexican goods if Mexico couldn’t rapidly reduce the northbound flow of migrants. At the national palace in Mexico City, AMLO holds a daily morning conference allowing reporters to ask questions. But the relationship between Mexico’s President and journalists has been particularly complicated.  FULL STORY: https://www.univision.com/univision-news/amlos-first-anniversary-in-power-how-voters-in-mexico-are-responding-video