In this second edition, Posadas Hospital physician and Cicop Secretary General Jorge Yapkovsky added information to the controversy. Credit: video capture
Telefe Noticias aired last night Second report with new testimony from health workers at Posadas Hospital They provided more details on how to implement what was known as “VIP vaccination”.
In this second edition, Doctor and Secretary General of the Federation of Health Professionals (Cicop) Jorge Yapkovsky It confirmed his colleague’s account, which aired on Monday, and added information to the controversy. According to him, the Compass arrived around January 15, and thereafter The employees requested information from the Ministry of Health.
They told us: Three ministries are coming from the ministry and people will be vaccinated with the available doses. If they did this vaccination in the same ministry, the administrative officials who had not been vaccinated would become angry. Therefore, so that there was no friction, they transported these individuals and sent them to vaccinate Posadas. “
“When we asked about them, we did not get specific answers. On January 20, we asked the Deputy Minister for information we had that people who were not health workers were being vaccinated in La Rioja and Catamarca outside of protocol,” he continued. It was something really happening and starting to happen all over the country. “
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The doctor also indicated that according to what he was told, 80 vaccines were used, and he said that “the orders came directly from the Chief of Staff and the Special Secretariat in Guinness.”
In the first report released by the program yesterday, the Secretary General of Cicop Mirta Jaime revealed the arrival of three bundled kits to Posadas Hospital that had been sent by the Ministry of Health with people who should receive Sputnik V doses by order of the bag at that time. Time Conducted by Guinness Gonzalez Garcia. “They were referred from the ministry and we were in the midst of a crisis,” the clinician said.
On how to experience the situation inside the hospital in those days, Yapkovsky said: “The staff were anxious, and that is why they sent us to ask questions, in a place where the workers themselves were supposed to have priority.” And he acknowledged: “Everyone wanted to be vaccinated quickly so that he could continue working.”
Both professionals agreed that many doctors were afraid to testify. “These are the people who have only one job, and they are very risky, out of 5,200, more than 4,000 are in precarious contracts, out of 1,300 professionals who were on a permanent basis, only 100 are left,” Yapkovsky said.
Finally, share what climate we are in today at Posadas Hospital. “When all this jumps, a deep sense of injustice arose,” the professional concluded.
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