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Collected Item: “Some Mexicans Find They Can Get COVID-19 Vaccines In The U.S.”

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Some Mexicans Find They Can Get COVID-19 Vaccines In The U.S.

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news article

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In Mexico, receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is difficult. This has led to some Mexicans going to the United States COVID-19 vaccine. However, those that do this usually have money and/or connections. In some cases, the areas these people go to for vaccines are struggling to receive vaccines, such as the counties near the Texas-Mexico border.

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vaccine, Mexico, inequality, Texas, HSE

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https://www.npr.org/2021/03/22/979886128/some-mexicans-find-they-can-get-covid-19-vaccines-in-the-u-s

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Carrie Kahn

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2021-03-22
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