Mexico promotes immunization along US borders before opening | Coronavirus News Plague
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is in Mexico to discuss refugees and border security.
Mexico wants to gradually eradicate plague-related sanctions on its borders with the United States as it goes on vaccination against locals against COVID-19, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said Tuesday.
Ebrard said reopening the border talks with United States Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas who arrived in Mexico on Monday.
“Mexico is developing an amazing vaccine so that our cities can meet the same standards as the United States when it comes to vaccination,” Ebrard told a news conference.
The goal is to ensure that Mexico’s border cities have the same protection against COVID-19 as US cities so there will be no more restrictions on restrictions, Ebrard said.
“When we get to the point where it starts today at all borders, there will be no legal disputes,” he said.
Earlier on Tuesday, Mexico received several 1.35 million types of Johnson & Johnson vaccines from the US that have gone to live in the Mexican border between the ages of 18 and beyond, the government said.
The vaccine has been distributed to people over the age of 18 in four U.S. border cities: Tijuana, Mexicali, Ciudad Juarez and Reynosa.
The U.S. and Mexico have banned cross-border crossings to travel necessary since the beginning of the epidemic. But the pressure is mounting on both countries to reduce the ban on resumption of trade.
The issue of border closure is concerned with immigration concerns and Mayorkas is expected to hold several meetings with Mexican officials on Tuesday to find ways to prevent migration to the US.
Mayorkas is expected to meet with security forces and immigration officials.
Mexico is a strong U.S. ally in an attempt to combat the growing number of migrants fleeing poverty and sectarian violence in Central America and moving to the US-Mexico border.
In a move to the US, Mexico said so is recommended its southern border with Guatemala and the National Guard to prevent refugees from heading north.
Validated statistics show that beyond 180,000 people was arrested at the border of May, a 20-year-long hiatus with a slight rise from Apple Numbers.
In early June the Second President Kamala Harris went to Guatemala and Mexico to find ways to reduce migration from the region.
From Guatemala, he encouraged those who wanted to move to another country don’t come.
Since taking office in January, President Joe Biden’s supervisors have continued to evict more immigrants arriving with the help of former President Donald Trump last year.
Biden, who has promised to establish a reception for migrants, has been pressured by politicians to show that his views are borderline.
His Republican opponents accuse him of causing trouble at the border by overturning Trump’s main policy of banning immigrants, while freedom groups destroys his notion of survival if a breaking of international law.