Governor Marina del Pilar participates in general assembly held by the IMSS in Mexico City

She makes emphasis on bettering Baja California's healthcare

This Tuesday, November 23rd, the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) held its 112nd general assembly meeting in Mexico City where Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, Governor of Baja California, commended the hard work that’s implemented in the healthcare industry that sustains the Mexican nation.

Baja California’s governor considered it an honor being present at the event with the General Director of the IMSS, Zoé Robledo Aburto, due to the importance of social attention and healthcare within the nation's citizens, especially those who have the least.

“Once again I extend my support to our president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, his example motivates me to keep working towards making our state's healthcare better” wrote the Baja Californian governor on her social media.

It’s important to point out that Baja California's Governor has made a special emphasis on the necessities of upgrading the healthcare system in the state for which she counts with support from the Mexican government and the IMSS in key situations like the combat against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda manifested that the IMSS and their personnel have been a fundamental part of these last 20 months of sanitary contingency fronted by the state of Baja California, working with total coordination with the states Secretary of Health generating synergy that has prevailed even in the hardest times.

Finally, the governor reiterated her disposition to keep constant communication with the federal government knowing that in unison they can solve all healthcare necessities for the states population under the premise initially stated by President López Obrador “for the good of everyone, first come the poor”.

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