A shortage of doctors

I was shocked by a certain news. A women, who was 9 months pregnant, was denied entry by 7 hospitals and 3 days later, after she had an operation, she died.
According to the news, she became serious conditions such as diarrhea and vomit. In addition, she complained of a heavy headache. Her obstetrician contacted several hospitals that can operate because she thought it could be cerebral hemorrhage; however, they denied her entry because there weren't rooms for her or they'd been operating for another patient etc. In the end, her obstetrician contacted the first hospital again and the woman could have an operation. But, unfortunately, she breathed her last 3 days later after the operation although her baby was fine thanks to a Cesarean operation.

There was not only the case, but several tragedies also happened across the nation. A shortage of doctors across the nation is behind the tragedies. In fact, the hospital the doctor contacted has only a doctor on duty on weekends despite an ER.

Our hospitals should cooperate with each other to treat emergency patients immediately and our nation must take measures right now.

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Hi Rosily

This issue is a big one for the whole Japanese society.
I don’ t know why the government does not tackle it more seriously.
The number of pediatricians is declining, too, as you know.
I have no idea how women can have a baby in the situation where these problems are almost left untouched
I want Mr. Prime Minister to think twice about his stance as our leader before he heads for his favorite posh bar. Am I wrong?

And thanks for sharing opibions about teaching English the other day.
It was a relief for me to know your idea.

Sincerely
Yuko

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