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Ecatepec, Mex.- Almost 5,000 people over 60 years of age received the COVID-19 vaccine in the two centers that were installed in Ecatepec during the first day of vaccination.

Since the early morning hundreds of people began to form in long lines, without a healthy distance and many of them with their masks incorrectly placed.

There was no order, the lines turned to the vaccination centers, as many people arrived without appointments. The heat wreaked havoc on many of the older adults.

Due to the high demand that was presented, the state Health Secretariat confirmed that 17 and not 10 vaccination centers will be opened. « They will be announced on the official platforms in order to avoid crowds, so it is important that they take into account that this process will take place over the next three weeks. »

In the cultural and sports center Las Américas, more than 4 thousand people gathered, double the number expected by federal and state authorities, responsible for the inoculation centers, which lengthened the waiting time and the despair of the people who already they had been in the sun for several hours.

« Initially, the application of 1,200 vaccines was planned in each of the modules, but due to the high number of applicants, 4,800 doses were channeled to this place, » said the mayor of this municipality, Fernando Vilchis.

The mayor explained that in the Americas two vaccination modules were placed with the capacity to house 250 people at the same time each.

“It is expected that each of the 10 vaccination centers (today the installation of eight begins), will operate for 25 days until the nearly 180 thousand older adults who live in Ecatepec are immunized, since the federal government allocated 200 thousand doses of the Sinovac vaccine to cover the population of the elderly in the municipality ”.

The other centers will be located in Chiconautla 3000, Parque Bicentenario, Deportivo Ejidal Emiliano Zapata, Centro Cívico Río de la Luz, Deportivo Bicentenario Carlos Hank González, Centro Cívico Muzquiz and Centro Cívico Chamizal.

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“Big breakthrough” sees Ebrard in AstraZeneca dose packaging in Mexico

Visiting our country, the President of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, and the Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard, representing President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, paid a visit yesterday to the facilities of the Liomont Laboratories plant, in Ocoyoacac, State of Mexico, where the filling and packaging of millions of doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine takes place.

The Mexican Foreign Minister recalled that the active substance of this vaccine is manufactured in Argentina by mAbxience and packaged in our country by Laboratorios Liomont, as part of a joint effort between both governments, as well as the Carlos Slim Foundation and the University of Oxford, with the objective of providing vaccines, not for profit, to the Latin American region.

« They are very advanced, very professional work, congratulations, » announced the Secretary of Foreign Relations after the visit.

The tour, which was explained by the general director of Liomont, Alfredo Rimoch, was attended by the governor of the State of Mexico, Alfredo del Mazo; AstraZeneca’s Director of Government Affairs, Helios Becerril; the Argentine Foreign Minister, Felipe Solá, and the undersecretaries Martha Delgado and Maximiliano Reyes Zúñiga.

Earlier, President Fernández held a meeting with Mexican businessmen who have investments in Argentina, with whom he discussed the prospects and challenges of the Argentine economy and presented the sectors considered strategic and open to foreign direct investment.

« After holding a presentation, the president spoke with the attendees and proposed to work with the different areas of the Argentine government to be able to deepen investments in these sectors, » it was reported.

According to the Casa Rosada, the meeting was attended by, for the Alfa group, Armando Garza Sada; for the Kaluz group, Antonio del Valle Perochena; by Alsea, Armando Torrado Martínez; by Coppel, David Coppel Calvo; by Mabe, José Luis Berrondo Ávalos; by Rotoplas, Carlos Rojas Aboumrad; by Arca Continental, Arturo Gutiérrez; by Ternium, Máximo Vedoya; by Bimbo, Rafael Pamías; by Coca-Cola Femsa, John Santa María; by Cinépolis, Miguel Mier, and by América Móvil, Carlos Jarque.

The Argentine president arrived in the morning at the Benito Juárez International Airport, accompanied by his wife Fabiola Yáñez, to participate in one of the ceremonies to commemorate the 200 years of Independence, to which he was invited by López Obrador. With information from Eduardo Ortega

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Justice Department To Appeal Texas Judges Order On Eviction Moratorium

WASHINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — The Justice Department said Saturday it will appeal a Texas judge’s ruling that found the federal government’s eviction moratorium unconstitutional.

Prosecutors filed a notice in the case on Saturday evening, saying the government was appealing the matter to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. The appeal comes days after U.S. District Judge J. Campbell Barker ruled that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had overstepped its authority and that the moratorium was unlawful.

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“Although the COVID-19 pandemic persists, so does the Constitution,” the judge wrote in the decision on Thursday.

In a statement, Brian Boynton, the acting assistant attorney general in charge of the Justice Department’s civil division, said prosecutors respectfully disagreed with the judge’s ruling and noted it only applied to parties in the case, not broadly to others.

“The CDC’s eviction moratorium, which Congress extended last December, protects many renters who cannot make their monthly payments due to job loss or health care expenses,” he said. “By preventing people from becoming homeless or having to move into more-crowded housing, the moratorium helps to slow the spread of COVID-19.”

The CDC eviction moratorium was signed in September by President Donald Trump and extended by President Joe Biden until March 31.

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Barker, who was nominated by Trump in 2018 to serve in the Eastern District of Texas, stopped short of issuing an injunction in the case. Several property owners had brought the litigation arguing that the federal government didn’t have the legal authority to stop evictions.

“The federal government cannot say that it has ever before invoked its power over interstate commerce to impose a residential eviction moratorium,” Barker wrote. “It did not do so during the deadly Spanish Flu pandemic. Nor did it invoke such a power during the exigencies of the Great Depression. The federal government has not claimed such a power at any point during our Nation’s history until last year.”

State and local governments had approved eviction moratoriums early in the pandemic for many renters, but many of those protections have already expired.

To be eligible for protection, renters must have an income of $198,000 or less for couples filing jointly, or $99,000 for single filers; demonstrate they’ve sought government help to pay rent; declare that they can’t pay because of COVID-19 hardships; and affirm that they are likely to become homeless if evicted.

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