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By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Public Defender's Office announced on Thursday that it will sue both the government of Rio de Janeiro and the Federal government for insufficient beds.

A survey carried out by the Federal Public Defender's office based on data by the State Regulation Center and the National Registry of Health Establishments found that the number of patients waiting for hospital admission was 123, on April 18th.

The public civil action announced by the authority intends to urge governments to expand hospital bedding.

The Public Defender's Office stated that many . . .

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