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Yucatan's famous pink lagoon are where natural salt production has been ongoing since the 1930s. Photo: Getty Summertime...
Trucks fitted with special spray equipment, as well as workers armed with tanks and nozzles are a common sight in Yucatán during the rainy season.
According to some estimates, up to 600 children may have died over the last two years due to a lack of treatment.
If all goes well, the Patria vaccine should be available by the end of the year. Photo: Courtesy
A man receives his first dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine yesterday in Mérida. Photo: Courtesy As COVID-19...
Shriners Hospital in Mexico City. Photo: File Shriners Hospital in Mexico City is offering free care to children...
Under new rules, companies in Mexico must cover many of the remote work expenses of their employees. Photo: File
Two travelers were fined thousands of dollars after Transport Canada said they falsified their COVID-19 test results so they could fly home...
HIV vaccine trials have begun in Yucatán, Mexico. Photo: File Among those taking part in a phase-three trial...
A second sushi bar has been shut down by health authorities, this time at La Isla mall.
A magazine that studies the world for U.S. retiree and expat adventures found that Mexico is one of the five best countries for health care.
Since its creation in 2016, the municipal program “Médico a Domicilio” ("Doctor at Home") has helped close the inequality gap.
Reforms to state sanitation law compel the state health department to inspect hostels, timeshares, campgrounds, spare rooms and even shared rooms, starting Jan. 1.
Two weeks into a rabies scare, the City Council has backed down from a controversial method to contain the viral disease.
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