Colombia’s Medellin goes from model city in pandemic management to critical condition

The situation in Medellin and the department of Antioquia (northwest), of which it is the capital, has taken on dramatic overtones due to the collapse of hospital services.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Colombian city of Medellin, which a year ago was a model in the management of covid-19, is living dramatic days due to the increase of infections and deaths, a situation that puts doctors in the painful task of choosing to whom they assign each free bed in the hospitals.

The situation in Medellin and the department of Antioquia (northwest), of which it is the capital, has taken on dramatic overtones due to the collapse of hospital services, which is reflected in the lines of ambulances with patients waiting to be assigned a bed in . . .

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