Venezuela health system at risk of collapse

Country plagued by shortage of everything from basic medical supplies to medications for more complicated illnesses.

    Venezuela's health system is at risk of collapse as hospitals face one of the worst crises in years.

    There is an acute shortage of everything from basic medical supplies to medications for more complicated illnesses, and hospitals are struggling to serve patients.

    Al Jazeera’s Harris Whitbeck reports from Caracas.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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