Pregnant Venezuelans pour into Colombia for medical attention

With the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, hundreds of pregnant women are crossing into neighboring Colombia to have their babies. Many of them arrive when their pregnancy is advanced and have received little or no previous medical attention.

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    With the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, hundreds of pregnant women are crossing into neighbouring Colombia to have their babies.

    Many of them arrive when their pregnancy is advanced and have received little or no previous medical attention.

     

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Cartagena.

     


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