Doctors denounce “anarchy” in Venezuela’s vaccination plan

The president of the College of Nurses of Caracas, Ana Rosario Contreras, denounced that, at the moment, they are "a sort of 21st-century slaves", since their salaries are low and do not cover basic needs.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The director of the NGO Médicos Unidos de Venezuela (MUV), Jorge Lorenzo, denounced this Monday that there is "anarchy" in the scheduling of the vaccination against Covid-19 in the country.

"When you do not plan, do not organize yourself, or do not ask for the help of all those who can help you, you make the mistake of the great bad planning and anarchy that we are observing," said Lorenzo in a press conference together with other representatives of health workers.

In his opinion, "the big problem" observed in the massive vaccination centers "is . . .

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