Lapidary report from a British magazine called Javier Milei’s Health management a zombie

Lapidary report from a British magazine called Javier Milei’s Health management a zombie
Lapidary report from a British magazine called Javier Milei’s Health management a zombie

After the release of a new epidemiological bulletin from the Ministry of Health of the Nation, a British magazine linked to medicine published a harsh article against the Government of Javier Milei for his health policy of leaving the solution for “the worst dengue outbreak in the history of the country” to the market.

This is a weekly British magazine. The BMJ (British Medical Journal), of the British Medical Association, which described “zombie” to the Ministry of Health and recalled that hundreds of cancer patients were left without treatment, as well as the dismantling of the academic and scientific infrastructure in the first four months of Milei’s presidency, which “have been dramatic for Argentina.”

He defined the national leader in the article as a “former economist, television panelist and sexual coach,” and highlighted that “reiterated his goal of eliminating universal healthcare.”

The British publication also noted that the Government of La Libertad Advances “is committed to reducing the size of the State.

As an example, he explained what happened with the Directorate of Direct Assistance for Special Situations (DADSE), a state institution that provides subsidies to patients with conditions such as cancer, hemophilia or autoimmune diseases, who otherwise cannot afford treatment. “It lasted until March 19 without the new boss being named. 100 days!”, they indicated.

What the latest epidemiological bulletin says

In the last few hours, a new epidemiological bulletin was published by the Ministry of Health, where it was reported that there were 270 deaths and 379,341 cases of dengue so far in 2024.

These numbers show that infections continued to increase in the last week, as did deaths, which also increased.

According to what the Government authorities reported, the highest number of infections occurred in the Center region, followed by the NOA and the NEA. Of this total of cases, there are 871 that were classified as severe dengue.

“The accumulated cases until week 16 represent 3.25 times more than what was registered in the same period of the previous 2022/2023 season and 9.24 times more than what was registered in the same period of 2019/2020, he noted.

According to the figures managed by the Ministry of Health, Cases of dengue were recorded in all age groups, although the highest mortality rate was observed in those over 80 years of age.

 
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