Mexico’s president now says he won’t get COVID-19 vaccine

MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s president said Monday he won’t get a COVID-19 vaccine because his doctors told him he still has a high level of antibodies from when he was infected in January.

“I have sufficient levels of antibodies and right now it isn’t indispensable for me to get vaccinated for now,” said President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

López Obrador would have gotten a shot of the AstraZeneca vaccine last week, based on his address in a borough in the city’s center, where he lives in an apartment at the National Palace.

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The president had repeatedly said he would wait his turn in line to get vaccinated, and didn’t want it to become a “spectacle.”

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