Street Nurses in times of corona [UPDATE]

april 2020
Only together we can overcome the pandemic. Every element of the health care system has a responsibility, and we are playing our role as a lifeline for an extremely vulnerable target group of people who must survive on the streets.

The current crisis forces us to realize that society would do better to fully invest in the inclusion of the vulnerable. Leaving people behind in inhumane conditions is a sign of bad policy and a major risk factor when something goes wrong in society.

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