“Most of the 14,000 Belgian corona deaths had been avoided …

“Most of the 14,000 Belgian corona deaths had been avoided …
“Most of the 14,000 Belgian corona deaths had been avoided …

“Your political system has failed. Most of those 14,000 Belgian corona deaths could have been avoided. ” That’s Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of the prestigious medical journal The Lancet, said in the Chamber on Monday afternoon. Horton was digitally a guest on the committee dealing with the evaluation of the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to Horton, most European countries have made mistakes in tackling the corona crisis, yet he showed himself keenly for the political tangle that runs through our health system. “That typical Belgian system has done no good. People have died because of the political organization, you have to think about that ”, he said.

Horton also outlined some critical steps to get out of this pandemic. “Everyone must join the same goal,” he said, among other things. “But that will only work if all politicians are one. There is a need for a strategy with one communicative leader who tries to restore trust. ”

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