Here are the horrors taking place in Venezuela clinics
A few decades ago, Venezuela was the country with the highest standard of living in Latin America. Now depending on the cost of oil Venezuela is facing a crisis so serious that it could very well expect a humanitarian and social disaster. President Nicolas Maduro May 14 for another two months, extended the state of emergency, saying that this is done in order to "neutralize foreign aggression."
The most important system of the state no longer actually work, including health care. Newborn children are dying every day, says the surgeon a clinic, and it is only a small part of the overall crisis. Hospitals lack not only of antibiotics and cures for deadly diseases, but also electricity, food and even water. These photos made Meridith Kohut of the New York Times in different clinics in Venezuela.