On Wednesday night the most emblematic buildings of Mexico City were lit up in blue and red.
This is because today October 13 is World Thrombosis Day.
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Based on world estimates, in Mexico there may be between 400 and 500 thousand cases of thrombosis per year, which makes it one of the leading causes of mortality in the country.
It affects anyone, regardless of age, ethnicity or race. However, it is more common in men than women.
As part of World Thrombosis Day, we illuminate the emblematic buildings and monuments of our City in blue and red. pic.twitter.com/ncqM8NPcDH
– Ministry of Works and Services CDMX (@SOBSECDMX) October 14, 2021
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