In a letter, the World Health Organization (WHO) congratulated the government of Mexico on its public «strong social and health measures» it has taken to date, in the face of the coronavirus epidemic.
Among them, he noted, «the imposition of strict restrictions on movement and the temporary detention of the activity of major companies to limit the spread of COVID-19».
The Mexican Chancellery disseminated the document on its social networks.
«In response to Mexico’s consultation, WHO congratulates the Government of Mexico on its work in addressing the #COVID19 pandemic and expresses its appreciation for the model our country will follow from 1 June, including its testing strategy,» Foreign Relations said.
This is known the day Federal Health reported that more than 8,000 people have already died in the country from coronavirus.
In response to Mexico’s consultation, the @WHO congratulates the @GobiernoMX on its work to address the #COVID19 pandemic and expresses its appreciation for the model our country will follow from 1 June, including its testing strategy. pic.twitter.com/BNU1i0Zumm
— Foreign Affairs (@SRE_mx) May 26, 2020
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