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Covid-19 Hit Hardest Where Financial Crisis Led to Health-Care Cuts

Por: The Wall Street Journal World January 13, 2021

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MILAN—Claudio Zanon has seen firsthand how less spending on health care in recent years left Italy exposed when the coronavirus began sweeping through his country early last year. Dr. Zanon, who until the end of December was the medical director at a hospital in Como in Italy’s hard-hit Lombardy region, says when the pandemic arrived he didn’t have enough doctors and nurses. Intensive-care unit beds were scarce and there wasn’t a large... + full article



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