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Mexico's President Dismisses Coronavirus Worries, Despite First Death

Newsy Thursday, 19 March 2020
Mexico's President Dismisses Coronavirus Worries, Despite First DeathWatch VideoThe president of Mexico is drawing criticism for making light of the coronavirus pandemic. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador laughingly shrugged off risks for his country this week by pulling out religious tokens and flashing an American $2 bill.

As of Wednesday, Mexico had reported some 120 coronavirus...
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Even after Mexico's first coronavirus death, its president makes light of threat. He laughs and pulls out religious tokens despite health warnings.

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