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However, Lopez Obrador said his government does not plan to require people to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as some countries in Europe do.  Mexico Presidency's photo.

However, Lopez Obrador said his government does not plan to require people to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as some countries in Europe do. Mexico Presidency’s photo.

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said that his government is analyzing the application of a booster dose of the vaccine against the new coronavirus, covid-19, especially for vulnerable groups such as the elderly, for fear of the arrival of a new wave of infection in the winter.

However, Lopez Obrador said his government does not plan to require people to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as some countries in Europe do.

“The booster vaccine will be analyzed in some cases, especially for the elderly, but that will be determined by doctors and specialists,” Lopez Obrador told a news conference. You have to be persuaded not to impose anything. We will never make vaccination compulsory.”

Other countries such as the United States or the United Kingdom have already started putting booster doses of the vaccine against Covid-19 in vulnerable populations and will do so for the general population, given the recent rise in cases recorded around the world.

Publication date: 11/23/2021

Tags: Mexico, booster vaccine, covid, elderly, pandemic

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