Mexico extends health insurance to migrants in US
This article was originally published in Scrip
Under a new pilot scheme Mexican migrants living in the US state of Colorado will be able to sign up to one of Mexico's health insurance programmes, Seguro Popular, the country's health secretary José Angel C�rdova Villalobos announced recently.
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