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(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Report introduced.
(Rio de Janeiro: Sanjay Gupta) The state of medical care in Rio de Janeiro for Brazilians while excellent care is available for Olympic athletes & tourists featured; scenes shown of overcrowded hospitals where wait times can be days; details given of concerns about a mass terrorist attack. [Council for Medicine Dr. Nelson NAHON- says every day in Rio we lack 150 beds for emergency care.] [Americas Medical City Rio 2016 director Dr. Antonio MARTTOS- says for the athletes and people inside the venues we are ready to take care.] What happens to the extra resources after the Games discussed.
- Harlow, Poppy;
- Gupta, Sanjay
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