It is reduced by 10 to 20% in Haitian pregnant women in hospitals

Santo Domingo, RD.

The health system has recently registered a labor reduction of 10 to 20% for Haitian women in hospitals across the country, following measures to establish immigration controls in border areas.

This was revealed by Public Health Minister Daniel Rivera yesterday, who promised that health centers would continue to provide quality care without violating his rights. He pointed out that the declining presence of Haitian mothers in Creole hospitals reduces the need for care and manifests itself in increasing the quality of service provided.

Although this is a long-standing problem, he pointed out that there has been a 75% increase, recording 93,000 births in the last three years.

Regarding the complaint that pregnant women were being taken for medical care from maternity hospitals in the country, the official said there may have been a misinterpretation somewhere, but health workers said every patient knew this. Whoever comes should be treated with warmth and quality.

He noted that the country does not violate the rights of anyone in an emergency.

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