Venezuelans protest about medicine shortages

Venezuelans have taken to the streets to protest against medicine shortages. A fourth year of economic recession has led to a short supply of both drugs and food in the country.

    Venezuelans have taken to the streets to protest against medicine shortages.

    A fourth year of economic recession has led to a short supply of both drugs and food in the country.

    The pharmaceutical association says 85 out of every 100 medicines are unavailable.

    Al Jazeera's Whitney Hurst reports.


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