Nicaragua gov’t squeezes doctors, discuss of ‘health terrorism’

MEXICO Town (AP) — Other countries have lured doctors out of retirement, pushed clinical college students to the entrance strains and buoyed healthcare personnel fatigued by COVID-19 instances, but in Nicaragua health professionals have been harassed, threatened and often forced into exile for questioning formal managing of the pandemic.

Vice President Rosario Murillo, who is also the to start with woman, has accused medical practitioners of “health terrorism” and of spreading “false outlooks and news” by reporting that COVID-19 has been significantly more common than officials accept.

As global health organizations warn of growing infections in Nicaragua and independent Nicaraguan

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