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Captured inside the H1N1 laboratory in Mexico City, this image depicts the staff who’d posed for this quick snapshot.
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As a world leader in disease prevention and surveillance, CDC partners with health officials at the local, state, and binational levels to:

- Protect the health of United States and Mexico residents.

- Improve and promote the health of travelers, migrants, and other mobile populations.

- Prevent the spread of infectious diseases across borders.

CDC's role in the partnership between the United States and Mexico:

- Collaborates with state and local public health agencies from the United States, Mexico, and other countries in the North American region.

- Coordinates and participates in infectious disease preparedness and response activities at international land and air ports-of-entry( to the United States.

- Conducts border and binational infectious disease surveillance and outbreak investigations.

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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Jessie Blount
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Links:CDC - Global Health - Mexico
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