Mexico Hit With COVID-19 Spike As Country Struggles To Roll Out Vaccines
COVID-19 deaths are worse than ever in Mexico, and the country hasn’t had a shipment of new vaccines in weeks.
Their ambitious plan to vaccinate all of their frontline health care workers in January failed, and as NPR’s Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico City, many have lost faith in their government.
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