Mexico begins to reopen despite COVID-19 crisis

Mexico has begun to reopen despite a surge in daily coronavirus cases and deaths.

The deputy health minister is leading the response – but his methods have been controversial.

Al Jazeera’s John Holman sat down with Hugo Lopez Gatell and asked him if Mexico is on a knife-edge.

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