Dr. Pablo Enrique Ulloa Cáceres died eight months ago after treating patients from coronavirus on Honduras.
His brother, Daniel Enoch Ulloa, remembered him in Easter week through the social network Twitter: “I hope you have taken nice photos on the beach and keep them. This was the last photo in life that I saw of my doctor brother who died taking care of idiots like you ”.
The doctor was originally from San Isidro in Santa Cruz de Yojoa and was director of the Peripheral Emergency Clinics (Clipper) in the capital. He also worked in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Hospital Escuela.
I hope they have taken nice photos on the beach and keep them. This was the last photo in life that I saw of my doctor brother who died from taking care of idiots like you. pic.twitter.com/v9Fe1T4CnC
— Daniel Enoch Ulloa (@deulloac) April 3, 2021
Following the message, some people said: “People have the right to go out and get sick, public doctors are obliged to take care of them, or if they cannot, resign whenever they want, I being a doctor and seeing the situation in the country long ago I would have resigned.”
Others said missing “Common sense (…) They cannot prohibit traffic, but it is enough to have a minimum of common sense to realize that they can be infected. Thanks to this ‘right’ to circulate, people do what they want and we have not even come out of the first outbreak of COVID! ”.
Honduras added this Wednesday 17 new deaths for Covid-19, until reaching 4,703 deaths, while confirmed cases of the coronavirus already exceed 193,000, reported the state National Risk Management System.
Although Honduras It is heading for a new wave of coronavirus, the third in the pandemic, more than 30 triage centers have closed in recent days in the country due to lack of resources.
The vice president of the Association of Municipalities of Honduras (Amhon), David Castro, told journalists that some 36 triage centers have stopped serving thousands of Hondurans affected by Covid-19 due to lack of budget.