Paraguay will resort to the Armed Forces to set up hospital beds

The need to resort to the health personnel of the Armed Forces responds to the complete occupation of the beds in the hospitals, which also lack supplies and specialized intensive care personnel.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Paraguayan Ministry of Health announced on Friday that it is working with the Ministry of Defense to set up beds in a military center and to use health personnel from the Armed Forces, in view of the total occupation of hospitals due to the cases of coronavirus, which exceeded the daily record of contagions on Friday, March 19th.

The Vice-Minister of Integral Health Care, Hernán Martínez, said that the health portfolio received the offer from the National Defense Council to use some of the military spaces that during the first months of . . .

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