Gasoline shortages continue to prevent health workers from working against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Health professionals in Anzoátegui reported difficulty in refueling in the city of El Tigre. The local of the College of Physicians in the area, reported that they are only supplied with 10 liters of gasoline per vehicle.
“They put us in line, they give us a limit of 10 liters per week, and the trucks arrive when they feel like it,” said the Secretary General of the College of Physicians in El Tigre, Fernando Guevara.
Guevara also proposed that they increase the number of liters they give to health workers per week so that they do not have to stock up so many times a week to do their jobs. In addition, he proposed that a gas station be set up exclusively for those who work in hospitals.
The doctor also said that to be able to fill up, they must wait up to 12 hours in line without the security of refueling.
The regime destroyed the oil industry and ignores the shortage of gasoline that affects all sectors of the country.