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Health worker and possible dismissal of thousands of civil servants: “we are facing an imminent public health crisis”
















It is estimated that around 16,000 officers who were doing their jobs as a result of the pandemic will be furloughed. FENATS president Karen Palma warned that the decision would harm the entire public system.

Monday December 26, 2022 At 13:46.

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The National Federation of Health Workers called upon the government and especially the health ministry officials to stop the dismissal of nearly 16,000 civil servants who have been working on paid basis since the COVID-19 pandemic.

The president of the union unit, Karen Palma, argued that these contracts allowed the public health service to reduce the historical gap registered in the sector, as well as the difficulties that the fight against the virus meant, which today is in a phase. ,

leader indicated that “the government should avoid that there is a crisis in the coverage of care in the public health sector, today the workers who are giving their bodies to combat Covid are making up for the shortage of personnel living in public health facilities”.

This takes into consideration that from 2021 onwards the health sector presents a high rate of medical licensing as a result of various maladies, including mental illnesses caused by fatigue and the health crisis caused by COVID 19.

Palma insisted “We face an imminent public health crisis because of the huge waiting list that exists in the country And considering the dismissal of 16,000 employees in an area covering clinical work is a contradiction”.

For this reason, he said that as health associations “we are alert before the decisions that can be made on this issue and, above all, if it is demanded Resume the path started by the previous government of privatization of care on the waiting list that only benefits medical societies and health industry profits.

The National Federation of Health Workers called upon the government and especially the health ministry officials to stop the dismissal of nearly 16,000 civil servants who have been working on paid basis since the COVID-19 pandemic.

The president of the union unit, Karen Palma, argued that these contracts allowed the public health service to reduce the historical gap registered in the sector, as well as the difficulties that the fight against the virus meant, which today is in a phase. ,

leader indicated that “the government should avoid that there is a crisis in the coverage of care in the public health sector, today the workers who are giving their bodies to combat Covid are making up for the shortage of personnel living in public health facilities”.

This takes into consideration that from 2021 onwards the health sector presents a high rate of medical licensing as a result of various maladies, including mental illnesses caused by fatigue and the health crisis caused by COVID 19.

Palma insisted “We face an imminent public health crisis because of the huge waiting list that exists in the country And considering the dismissal of 16,000 workers in a sector covering clinical functions is a contradiction”.

For this reason, he said that as health associations “we are alert before the decisions that can be made on this issue and, above all, if it is demanded Resume the path started by the previous government of privatization of care on the waiting list that only benefits medical societies and health industry profits.

The National Federation of Health Workers called upon the government and especially the health ministry officials to stop the dismissal of nearly 16,000 civil servants who have been working on paid basis since the COVID-19 pandemic.

The president of the union unit, Karen Palma, argued that these contracts allowed the public health service to reduce the historical gap registered in the sector, as well as the difficulties that the fight against the virus meant, which today is in a phase. ,

leader indicated that “the government should avoid that there is a crisis in the coverage of care in the public health sector, today the workers who are giving their bodies to combat Covid are making up for the shortage of personnel living in public health facilities”.

This takes into consideration that from 2021 onwards the health sector presents a high rate of medical licensing as a result of various maladies, including mental illnesses caused by fatigue and the health crisis caused by COVID 19.

Palma insisted “We are facing an imminent public health crisis because of the huge waiting list that exists in the country And considering the dismissal of 16,000 employees in an area covering clinical work is a contradiction”.

For this reason, he said that as health associations “we are alert before the decisions that can be made on this issue and, above all, if it is demanded Resume the path started by the previous government of privatization of care on the waiting list that only benefits medical societies and health industry profits.

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