Corozal Health and Medical

This area of is for issues relating to the health of Corozaleños and visitors to the Corozal District. It includes:

COVID-19 in Belize and Corozal

This section is for information that Corozaleños can use to help avoid the Coronavirus COVID-19, or to help treat it when it is detected in the Corozal District.

Vision and Eye Care in Corozal

This section describes options for eye care in the Corozal District. This includes visits several times a year by eye surgeons and other eye care professionals from Benevolent Missions International (BMI), once or twice a month from the Belize Council for the Visually Impaired (BCVI), and occasional other visits, such as the Rayjon-Rotary Project.

Bi-National Health Agreement

In 2012 there was a big ceremony marking the first ever Bi-National Health Agreement, a cooperative effort between the Belize Association of Doctors and Dentists and the Colegio Médicos Quintanta Roo. There was also a Health Fair and Clinic that day.

Corozal Branch, Belize Cancer Society

Since 2012, there has been a branch of the Belize Cancer Society in Corozal. This page describes the activities of the Cancer Society, including pages on its official launch, and the Cancer Awareness Walk in 2012.


Corozal has also been active in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. This page includes photos of a candlelight vigil that led to World Aids Day in 2011.

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