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Tapachula, Sep 8 (EFE).- About 150 Honduran migrants were vaccinated against Covid-19 on Wednesday in the Mexican town of Tapachula, an operation witnessed by Honduran first lady Ana Garcia.Accompanied by several Honduran officials, Garcia said that her visit was so she could become familiar with the situation of the migrants in Mexican territory and to obtain better information to be able to help such people. (Camera: JUAN MANUEL BLANCO).SHOT LIST: HONDURAN MIGRANTS RECEIVE A DOSE OF COVID-19 IN TAPACHULA, MEXICO.

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