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Mexico Falters After Quick Vaccination Start

Citizens line up outside a vaccination center to receive the U.S. donated Johnson & Johnson vaccine against Covid-19 in Tijuana.

Citizens line up outside a vaccination center to receive the U.S. donated Johnson & Johnson vaccine against Covid-19 in Tijuana.

Photographer: Francisco Vega/Getty Images South America

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Mexico was the first Latin American nation to administer a vaccine against Covid-19 last December and has received by far the most donations from the U.S. Yet it’s fallen far behind regional peers in the inoculation race.