Venezuelan health workers say the health industry is affected by a 98% shortage of drugs and medical supplies, and low salaries that push more and more doctors to leave the country.
An ongoing economic crisis in Venezuela continues to hit the country's health system. It has a devastating effect on those who urgently need medication.
The country's downturn is ravaging its hospitals, threatening them with shortages of food, drugs, water and electricity.
Hospitals have begun discharging and rejecting patients because they simply can't treat them.
TRT World 's Juan Carlos reports.