President Andrés Manuel López Obrador assured this Tuesday that “little by little” his government is advancing to guarantee the right to health from Mexican population.
At the head of the Pulse of the Health, the head of the federal Executive pointed out that his administration is committed to delivering medicines free of charge and giving medical care.
“We will report as every Tuesday on the health situation, especially what is being done to face the pandemic and all the plan of vaccination.
“All the effort that we are making to have all the medicines available, and fulfill the commitment that free medical care and medicines be delivered free of charge.”
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He assured that “guaranteeing the right to health is an objective, a purpose that we have and that we are going to fulfill little by little, but progress is being made with that purpose.”