Time for emergency medical care law

Restoring health in an emergency should be a priority and nonnegotiable.

In Summary

• Only later can the government determine the capabilities for the patient to pay, seek refund or waiver, in full or partially.

• Cases such as the Vihiga accident victim left to die by medics call for legislation to protect the lives of citizens.

On September 21 social and mainstream media were awash with a video and news of a boda boda accident victim in Vihiga pleading for medical attention from inattentive health workers who only passed ...

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