Hospitals at U.S.-Mexico Border Reach Capacity

Amid Covid-19 Surge

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HAVANA TIMES – In Mexico, hospitals in the northern border city of Ciudad Juárez have reached capacity and began wait-listing patients amid a surge of COVID-19 cases. Officials have imposed a nightly curfew and ordered the largely U.S.-owned factories known as maquiladoras to close on weekends. Across the border, overtaxed hospitals in El Paso have been airlifting COVID patients to other cities in Texas.

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One thought on “Hospitals at U.S.-Mexico Border Reach Capacity

  • The U S medical systems are being overwhelmed. People with money are being moved to the top of the list for treatment. A truck driver from Canada got medical bill for over $298.000.00 US for coronavirus treatment in 5 weeks. Cuba needs to supply every one with masks. Cuba needs to offer P S Ws to Canada in return for badly needed oil food and foreign currency. Also need to set up mask factories. Mexico is a total disaster because of corpution. Do not trust China but need to continue to trade with them.

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