AMLO promised COVID relatives financial support in a week; a month later still no response

The holder of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), Zoé Robledo, announced that the government of Mexico would support with 11,800 pesos to relatives of people who died due to COVID-19; however, such supports have not been granted to all those in need.

According to information from the collaborator of Radio Fórmula, Humberto Padgett, the daughter of the late Rafael Rivera has not received the economical support, although the death certificate details that the death was due to respiratory failure due to atypical pneumonia, probable SARS-CoV-2.

It was the same reporter who helped the deceased’s relative to upload the requested documents to the website, for this reason, Padgett highlighted how difficult it is to fill out all the fields, since they ask for very specific files with exact resolution.

“The daughter is a beneficiary of the support that supposedly would take a week to deliver the economic support directly, but she has not received it. The request was made on December 4, we are already at 30 and there is no communication, “said the communicator.

Given this, the newscast Cyrus in the morning received a notification from the IMSS, in which they denounce that responsibility and ensure that DIF the payment of said benefit corresponds to him.

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