Over the past few years, the University Clinical Hospital has suffered a significant decline in services due to shortages, sanitation and investment, and the underground world. . Nicolás Maduro's government denies the continuing humanitarian crisis in Venezuela,
Venezuela Daily Review
This week, documents signed and stamped by the director of the Clinical Hospital of Pablo Castillo University were distributed via social networks. Without revealing the reason for refusal, the humanitarian organization, Doctors Without Borders, refused to donate medicines and medicines sent without explaining why Spain refused.
This caused annoyance between social network users on the guild and Twitter. Twitter did not hesitate to public opinion. In addition, doctors and nurses at this institution reported this situation and complained.
– Crystal Palacio Y. (@CristalPalacios) November 7, 2018
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President Freddy Ceballos has repeatedly criticized Venezuela for lacking 85% of its medicines, but Douglas León, chairman of the Venezuelan Medical Association (FMV) "Over 26,000 doctors have left the country," he said.
There is no explanation for the guild because aid was denied. The truth is that the current doctors and patients are all suffering from serious medicines and supply shortages, poor health conditions in the health centers, poor working conditions and low salaries that have caused many different kinds of demonstrations by doctors on more than one occasion.
As a doctor 's daughter, I am not afraid that my doctor refused to donate a doctor without borders for ideological reasons. Do not forget the name of Deputy Pablo Castillo. pic.twitter.com/ywseHcnILm
– Carolina James B (@cjaimesb) November 7, 2018
This is a crime with lyrics. How is it possible for a person who is called a doctor to refuse to give a medication to a patient because he is from Doctors Without Borders? They are not interested in people's health! https://t.co/vABcZFN5V3
– Leonardo Padron (@ Leonardo Padron) November 7, 2018