Venezuela crisis : Senior citizens hit the worst

As the political and economic situation becomes increasingly volatile in Venezuela, senior citizens are suffering the most, Nine out of 10 Venezuelans aren't earning enough to cover their basic needs, and 63 percent do not have health insurance.

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    As the political and economic situation becomes increasingly volatile in Venezuela, senior citizens are suffering the most.

    Nine out of 10 Venezuelans aren't earning enough to cover their basic needs, and 63 percent do not have health insurance.

    Venezuela also has the highest elderly poverty rate in the region.

    Al Jazeera’s David Mercer reports from Cucuta, Colombia


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