The World Leaders Who Have Gotten COVID Twice

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Does your president getting COVID twice say anything about your country’s response to the pandemic?

From the beginning of the pandemic to mid-January 2022, more than 4 million people in Mexico have been

. Approximately 300,000 have died. In early January, the Ministry of Health reported that at least 88 percent of the population had finally received at least one COVID vaccine dose.Thanks to the omicron variant, the country is seeing higher daily case counts than ever before. But López Obrador didn’t seem to be worried about it on Jan. 10 when he said, “I think that fortunately we are not going to need to be hospitalized, nor are we going to suffer from loss of human lives.

a support package for Polish businesses of almost $26 billion to counteract the economic effects of the lockdowns.At the beginning of May, authorities felt the pandemic was under control and began loosening some of the restrictions. Bars and restaurants reopened, and people, feeling safe again, stopped wearing masks and maintaining social distance. Then came the elections.

Duda was running for a second term with the support of the Law and Justice party, which has a right-wing populist ideology that some feelthe rights of those who don’t align with its definition of “national identity.” Originally, the elections were scheduled to happen on May 10, but because of the pandemic Duda postponed them till June 28, with a second round on July 12. In order to gain voters, he promoted his success in handling the first wave of the pandemic. He won.


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