Myriam Mehanna

In over 80% of cases, COVID-19 does not pose a risk to the patient’s life or require hospitalization. Rather, its danger lies in its rapid spread, which inundates unprepared health systems with a large number of cases demanding medical treatment. Hence, the technical development of the medical system is not enough to avert its risks. Despite their advancement in science and medicine, many systems today appear unable to protect the lives of people due to the public policies adopted, particularly those concerning the right to health.[1] The current situation in the United States of America is a prime example.

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