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2019. február 21. 09:51

Urgent Care Services Close Down Due to Lack of Funds for Doctors, But 13 Billion for Penalty of Orbán's Son-in-law is at Hand

Urgent Care Services Close Down Due to Lack of Funds for Doctors, But 13 Billion for Penalty of Orbán's Son-in-law is at Hand
In 2019, the number of GPs missing from the system reached an all-time historic low, hospital wards close down due to a lack of specialist doctors, and urgent care services stop functioning, as was the case in the vascular surgery department of Péterfy Hospital.
Patients do not get medical care in 600 settlements, but Fidesz leaders are not interested, as they are not faced with a lack of doctors in VIP care.
 
Hungarian healthcare is collapsing spectacularly; people are dying because of the lack of money, while Fidesz pays out 13 billion from taxpayers' money to avoid EU punishment for the fraud of Orbán's son-in-law.
 
How many general practitioners could be supported from this 13 billion? How many hospitals could provide urgent medical services from this money?
 
 
MSZP – Hungarian Socialist Party
For more information, please contact: Ildikó Bangóné Borbély, deputy caucus leader
 

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