Dominican Medical Association (CMD) blames government for Covid’s rebound


Santo Domingo, DR The resurgence of coronavirus cases in the country is due to the government’s incorrect action to modify the state of emergency, sending a subliminal message to the population that the pandemic’s situation had improved. This is according to Waldo Ariel Suero, president of the Dominican Medical Association (CMD). He said that the guild had warned the authorities that a resurgence of the coronavirus and subsequent overwhelming of the health system could occur when the cases and admissions had dropped. He said it was the wrong attitude because they wanted to reactivate the economy, but with the spread of the disease, what they are doing is deactivating it instead. With this modification to the state of emergency, in which the curfew was from 7:00 pm and was re-established […]

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