A new case of a tourist who had to pay Get Medical Care in Bolivia These hours were known. This is a 29-year-old woman who had a stroke in the city of Tarija.
The young woman’s family had to pay around 200,000 pesos for treatment after she was immobilized in that country due to a hemorrhagic stroke on Tuesday night.
that amount was for Hospitalized after surgery, transferred and they even charged her for a sheet they used to treat her.
according to site well informedThe woman’s relatives contacted the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to manage the use of a medical aircraft and she was immediately transferred to a hospital in Oran, Salta. There he was stabilized and admitted to the hospital.
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The matter came to light soon after the death of Alexander BenitezA person from Salta who was traveling by motorcycle with friends met with an accident on the way.
“It felt like they let him die; they did nothing. They blamed us for everything. I feel so helpless because my friend could have been saved.” said to series 3 A friend who was traveling with him.
His friend told that when the ambulance finally arrived and they took him to the hospital in the city where they were, he was very serious and they needed to take him to a bigger city., “They didn’t want to give me an ambulance to get him out of there”lamentation.
In the end, Benitez died in the living room awaiting treatment at the hospital. “I told him my friend was dying and he told me ‘No, no, your money is worthless,'” she said. To serve him, according to the story, they asked him for a thousand Bolivian pesos, but he didn’t have this currency and he refused to heed it.
The matter caused controversy because of the relationship between the two countries and the Ministry of External Affairs. Sent a note of official protest to the Foreign Ministry of Bolivia In which he sought clarification and “expressed his deep concern about the death of an Argentine citizen who was in a life-threatening condition and did not have the necessary medical treatment.”
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