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Mexican capital increases tests and accelerates vaccination to stop covid

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Mexico City, Apr 15 (EFE), (Camera: America Neri).- Mexico City has increased the number of free tests to face a possible new wave of infections after Easter, while in some municipalities the second anticovid vaccine is already being applied to elders, actions which seek to curb the mortality of the pandemic.More than 1,000 people work at the Campo Marte vaccination point, in Mexico City, so that citizens over 60 years of age complete their covid-19 vaccination with the second dose.

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