Pandemic triggers poverty at the level of 2008

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Fernando A. Mora Guillen.

  • Pandemic triggers poverty at the level of 2008.
  • They prevent normalistas and parents of the 43 from taking booths in Chilpancingo.
  • Ruy Pérez Tamayo, modernist of Mexican medicine, passed away.

Extreme poverty in the country has been increasing, until the end of 2021 there were at least 11 million 750 thousand Mexicans in this situation, this is two million 100 thousand more than those in 2018, revealed the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).

According to data from the agency, the rate of people in this situation is similar to that observed in 2008, going from 7.7 percent in 2018 to 9.2 percent in 2021, while the number of Mexicans who are in poverty adds up to 47 million. 790 thousand, three million 300 thousand more than in 2018.

Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of the organization, considered that "extreme poverty is the most difficult to face, more than poverty, because it is very exposed and is much harder, we must pay close attention to it."

Above all, the authorities must prevent our young people from committing crimes and falling into an illicit economy at all costs, so it is urgent to reactivate support programs, job creation, and unemployment insurance, which strengthens Mexicans in difficult times.

Take it carefully.- Members of the National Guard and state anti-riot police prevented the parents of the 43 missing normalistas from Ayotzinapa, students from the Raúl Isidro Burgos rural school, and members of social organizations from taking the toll booths on the Autopista del Sol in Chilpancingo, Guerrero.

Until twelve noon, the Ayotzinapa normalistas and parents of the 43, held a rally in front of the agents, as a way of protesting for having prevented them from taking over booths.

This Friday is the first time since the approval of the reform of the General Communication Routes, in which the National Guard acts against the normalistas.

And at least just for today with the use of a great artillery, the users of the Sun Highway will not see vehicular traffic affected for hours.

Take it with interest.- The last of the great figures who modernized medicine, the tireless lecturer, the keen intellectual, the relentless teacher and great human being, Ruy Pérez Tamayo, died at the age of 97 in Ensenada, Baja California.

Author of fifty books, trainer of dozens or hundreds of doctors and students, and an immeasurable audience of followers throughout Mexico.

Pérez Tamayo modernized medicine in our country, explained the development of pathologies in different devices of the human body through the most modern concepts. He put the General Hospital at the height of medical advancement in the mid-20th century, an institution where the influence of French medicine prevailed.

In this space, as in so many others, today we remember Ruy Pérez Tamayo, as an impeccable and exemplary Mexican. Today the medical, scientific and academic community is in mourning at the departure of one of its best representatives, one of the most beloved. Rest in peace…

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