The head of the IMSS, Zoé Robledo, received the health personnel who today will receive the Miguel Hidalgo Decoration in Degree Collar. Photo: IMSS
The general director of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), Maestro Zoé Robledo, received this morning at the Institute’s central offices the 58 doctors and nurses who will receive today at noon the highest distinction that the Mexican State grants to their nationals: the Miguel Hidalgo Decoration in Degree Collar.
The head of the IMSS made a special recognition to the 22 doctors and nurses from Social Security who will be awarded today, “men and women who keep that hope alive for the future.”
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He explained that the Miguel Hidalgo award in Grado Collar is the highest distinction given for heroic acts that are difficult to repeat. “Heroic has been the work in hospitals to save lives, to reach out, to try to do everything so that someone who is ill with coronavirus can have hope.”
He assured that all of them keep that hope alive, that is why we must acknowledge and thank them.
Similarly, the head of the IMSS highlighted the work of the Guerrero artist Carmen Tapia, designer of the award.
Medical and nursing personnel from the health sector met at 6:30 am with the head of the IMSS and later went to the National Palace to receive the award this noon.
Yesterday at the Grito, the President said “Long live hope in the future!” Now, we are about to receive the doctors and nurses from @Your_IMSS that today they will receive the #DecorationMiguelHidalgo
– Zoé Robledo (@zoerobledo) September 16, 2020
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