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US Senator Bernie Sanders, the potential presidential candidate, said that the lack of health services affects not only those who do not have access to them, but all Americans.
Bernie wrote on Twitter today, Monday: “The lack of services provided by health insurance programs is not only dangerous for those outside these programs, but it will affect all Americans.”
Lack of health care does not just threaten the wellbeing of the uninsured — it affects us all.
This crisis is teaching us that we are only as safe as our least-insured and most vulnerable people.
Now is the time for solidarity. Now is the time to make health care a right for all.
– Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) March 16, 2020
He continued: “This crisis teaches us that it is not possible to reach good results at the general level without looking at the level of what is obtained by those who are not covered by health insurance programs.”
He added, “This is the time for solidarity when we must affirm that health insurance is a right for everyone.”
The number of newly infected coronaviruses in the United States of America reached 3774 people, of whom two died.
The number of people infected with the virus since its appearance last December until today has reached 169,387 people, of whom 6,513 have died, while 77,257 people have recovered so far, according to the latest WHO statistics.
The beginning of the emergence of the virus in Wuhan, China, at the end of last December, and it became a global epidemic (pandemic), and there is the largest part of the infected people in China (mainland China), where the number of infected people reached to 81020 people, of whom 3 thousand died. And 99 people, and the number of people recovered to 55 thousand and 94 people.
On March 11, the World Health Organization classified the emerging coronavirus, a global pandemic, and declared a health emergency with an international dimension.