Open For Business: Mexican Government Fails to Enforce Social Distancing
Wednesday, March 4, 2020, By Hailey Womer
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Gladys McCormick, associate professor of history in the Maxwell School, authored an opinion piece in The Hill ‘The Mexican government’s response to COVID-19 is insufficient and was quoted by Bloomberg for the story, “ North America’s Best Restaurant Remains Open in AMLO’s Mexico.” In both articles, McCormick discusses Mexico’s lack of response to COVID-19 and its need for stricter protocols. According to McCormick, a prime example of the federal government’s weak response is the decision to keep restaurants open for public dining.