WHO congratulates Spain on the pandemic and the response of a nurse stirs consciences

TWITTER: MARIAPATOCUAK

Tweet from a nurse responding to the congratulations of the WHO to Spain

The World Health Organization (WHO), through its regional director for Europe, Hans Kluge, has congratulated the Minister of Health, Carolina Darias for managing the pandemic and vaccination against the coronavirus. Kluge has even said that Spain is “an example for everyone.”

The WHO has especially highlighted the good rate of vaccination referring to the current figures with almost 90% of the target population vaccinated, “a figure well above the average”.

For this reason, the representative of the WHO has congratulated both Darias and the President of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, for “for his leadership in the response to the Covid-19 pandemic.”

“In Spain people trust the vaccine, the Primary Care system and its strength, which is very important,” he pointed out, before noting that Spain, despite vaccination, continues to pressure the virus and “does not gives up despite the numbers. “

A congratulation that a nurse wanted to reply to through her Twitter account, @mariapatocuak, where he has left a message that has stirred consciences about how toilets are treated:

“It is that I have literally sacrificed my physical and mental health during the worst moments of the pandemic and after that I have spent months vaccinating to achieve what so many countries now envy, so that my reward is that they throw me out at the end of the year” .

A tweet that in less than 24 hours accumulates more than 11,000 ‘likes’ and hundreds of responses in solidarity and crying out to heaven for this situation:


Source: by www.huffingtonpost.es.

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