Re: Without testing, reopening is "irresponsible"
Posted by Cruz on May 23, 2020, 6:23 pm, in reply to "Without testing, reopening is "irresponsible""
Hola, Valerie. I definitely agree that testing is essential for control of the bug. |
However, I just want to point out that all the previous presidents and their administrations have been corrupt big time,leaving AMLO short on resources. The last administration under Pena closed 317 hospitals which are sorely needed now.
When I came to La Manzanilla, nine years ago, the 'new' hospital construction in Cihuatlan had started, promising to be a show case of services for our area. My kids and I were elated. Within the year, building was abandoned until a few months ago. What happened for eight years?I bet corruption.
The present operating hospital has two rooms and only four beds, I think. And as far as I'm concerned and what I have experienced, the service there has been great, albeit, no soap, tp, food or amenities.
But the Cihuatlan Hospital is far from being able to care for any surge of patients whereas, the 'new' would have if it were finished.
This is but a small example of what Mexico has experienced and what AMLO was left with.I do hope AMLO sees that testing is necessary and that testing that can happen happens.
We are lucky that Jalisco's Governor, Alfaro, created PCR RADAR Jalisco so that testing is available but it is going slowly.
So here we are without resources, is this irresponsible or negligent? It is easy for PRI and Pan to throw jabs when they aren't offering a solution. This is the 'normal' in Mexico even as AMLO sold the Presidential plane and simplified his living to meet this country's needs. Cruz