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The invisible workers in Mexico fighting the pandemic inside hospitals

By AFP
15 September 2020   |   7:00 am
They disinfect critical areas, collect infectious material, wash thousands of sheets and coats -- they are the cleaning crews inside Mexican hospitals who risk their lives every day to keep health centres clean, knowing that their efforts will often go unnoticed.

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