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With prepaid in her sights, Cristina again demanded that the health system be reformed

2021-06-17T06:33:31.354Z

This afternoon the vice president insisted on the need to reformulate health care. 06/14/2021 5:40 PM Clarín.com Economy Updated 06/14/2021 5:40 PM This afternoon in La Plata, Vice President Cristina Kirchner raised the flag that she had brandished almost six months ago in the Single State of the Buenos Aires capital. Once again I demand changes in the health scheme. " We are going to have to rethink the entire health system, " he said. " Prepaid women do not know where to pl



06/14/2021 5:40 PM

  • Clarín.com

  • Economy

Updated 06/14/2021 5:40 PM

This afternoon in La Plata, Vice President Cristina Kirchner raised the flag that she had brandished almost six months ago in the Single State of the Buenos Aires capital.

Once again I demand changes in the health scheme.

"

We are going to have to rethink the entire health system,

" he said.

"

Prepaid women do not know where to place people.

Those who know that other pandemics may come. The worst thing that can happen to us is to refuse to discuss reality," he said today during a ceremony at the door of the Sor María Children's Hospital. Ludovica.

"Tell me: Isn't it now integrated into kicking because reality imposed it by integrating all the systems because

prepaid companies don't know where to put people

because they don't have it, they go public and from public they go private?" he asked rhetorically.

Before the gaze of the Buenos Aires governor Axel Kicillof, Cristina Kirchner insisted on the idea of ​​reforming the system.

He spoke of “going to an integrated system between the three subsystems: public, social works and private or prepaid.” He did so

24 hours before

the prepaid companies are brought to justice to claim for the lack of adjustment in quotas.

He had already made

a similar proposal on December 19

, also in La Plata.

"We have to go to an integrated national health system between public, private and social works that optimizes resources," said Cristina Kirchner six months ago.

Despite the fact that President Alberto Fernández had assured last January that no progress would be made on the private health system, the idea returned to circulate in the Kirchnerist environment in recent days.

And today the vice president herself took it up.

From La Cámpora a project is being put together to reform the system that

generates risks with the unions

, which fear that their power will be cut off in the management of social works.

In the act, Cristina asked the political leadership to leave "the

vaccine and the pandemic out of the political dispute

" and advocated that "what science says" is not questioned.

"

We cannot continue arguing and poisoning people that such a vaccine is useless

. On behalf of so many people who were not vaccinated and today is gone, and their families cry for them, on behalf of health workers, please let's leave the vaccine and the pandemic out of the political dispute, "said the vice president.

The vice president asked "

not to seek divisions or hinder the other

."

Cristina Fernández, along with Kicillof, led a ceremony this afternoon at the "Sor María Ludovica" Children's Hospital in La Plata where works were resumed in the Mental Health Pavilion, which will involve an investment of $ 148,605,766.

"Between all of us, we can reach a minimum basic agreement; there are things that can no longer be discussed," said Cristina, referring to the questions directed at vaccines and the

care measures

to stop coronavirus infections.

"Let's contribute to reducing infections," he asked, while highlighting that Argentina has, as of today, "

20 million vaccines

."

He argued that "with the latest arrival of Astrazeneca we reached 20 million vaccines, with all the difficulties that we see and are the product of inequality, we see

countries that have hoarded millions of vaccines

to the point that they have 8 vaccines per inhabitants compared to others who punish for vaccinations ".

"Wouldn't it be better for all of us together to ask those countries to show solidarity and

send those vaccines to the rest of the world

?" The vice president asked.

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