Mexican officials announce $200M hospital fund as Mexican soldiers withdraw

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced Tuesday that he will announce an emergency $200 million hospital fund to help hospitals cope with the countrys latest Ebola outbreak.

The announcement comes after the Mexican military announced Wednesday that it had withdrawn troops from several regions of the country and ordered the closure of border crossings with neighboring countries.

Mexico is the country’s most populous country and a U.S. ally.

But the country has not had an outbreak of Ebola in a decade.

The emergency funds are expected to come from a variety of federal, state and local funds.

The funds will be used to help pay for new equipment, health workers and to buy equipment, such as generators and refrigerators.

The president is expected to announce the funds during a state of emergency, which would be extended until Sept. 29.