Resident doctor murdered for resisting robbery in Morelos

Resident doctor murdered for resisting robbery in Morelos
  • A resident doctor is beaten to death allegedly while resisting the theft of his vehicle, in the municipality of Yautepec, Morelos.
  • It was the staff of the College of Surgeons of the State of Morelos, represented by Dr. Blanca Andrea Vega Vargas, who reported on the news.
  • In five of the six most violent states in the country, insecurity does not let up. In the last month Guanajuato, Michoacán, State of Mexico, Baja California and Sonora had increases in intentional homicide between 8 and 51%.

Resident doctor murdered to beatings, presumably while resisting the theft of his vehicle, in the municipality of Yautepec.

It was the staff of the College of Surgeons of the State of Morelos, represented by Dr. Blanca Andrea Vega Vargas, who reported the news through social networks.

In a viralized text it reads: “Yesterday they assaulted Dr. Mauricio Osornio Ochoa, Resident Physician of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Yautepec Hospital, to steal his vehicle and when he resisted they savagely beat him to death”

Until now the authorities of the Attorney General of the State of Morelos has not issued information about the event.

VIOLENCE TO DOCTORS RESIDENT IN THE OUTSKIRTS OF THE CITY

One of the biggest complaints from doctors who must do the social service or working in rural areas is the unsafety. The general opinion is that they cannot provide an adequate service because they themselves do not feel good about the imminent risk they face every day.

It is for this reason that attacks against health professionals are frequent in these types of places. In many cases they are left alone in front of hospitals or health centers and therefore remain vulnerable to organized crime or the inhabitants themselves.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador justified this Monday the decision of his government to hire around 500 Cuban medical specialists pointing out that it is to cover the lack of care in the poorest areas of the country and where Mexican professionals do not want to work.

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But why don’t doctors want to go to the mountains to work? Is your denial REAL?

In numerous municipalities of the mountain region, the Ministry of Health faces a serious personnel problem, including doctors and nursesderived from the fear that they have to work due to insecurity issues, even rejecting a considerable bonus.

However, wouldn’t your decision be RATHER the fault of the NULL security that exists in those distant places?

To determine what Mexico lacks, it is better to look at what it has left over: wage violence and misery. If these two things were eliminated, one could not speak of a lack of doctors or teachers.

“They send medical students to highly dangerous areas where crime rules. Even access to the place is complicated, you have to arrive by donkey or all-terrain vehicle to enter. The government has taken advantage of social service doctors, they are responsible for offering health. They go without logistical support, even the student puts his own money to buy medicines and supplies.

In five of the six most violent states, homicides increase by up to 51%

In five of the six most violent states in the country, insecurity does not let up. In the last month Guanajuato, Michoacán, State of Mexico, Baja California and Sonora had increases in intentional homicide between 8 and 51%.

According to the monthly report of the Security Secretary These states, in addition to Jalisco, concentrate 50% of the intentional homicides in the entire country: 3,660 of the 7,354 that have been registered so far from January to March.

As happened at the national level, intentional homicide increased in Guanajuato, Michoacán, the State of Mexico, Baja California and Sonora.

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