From Shea Butter Hater to Shea Butter Caker!
Actually, in France where I currently live, you have to wait a long time to get in to see a doctor, in 'normal/regular' situations.My nephew's friend believes she's got the symptoms of the virus but she can't get tested because she didn't tick all the boxes that they use to determine whether someone should be tested or not at the urgent care center. They tested her for the flu and it came back negative. So she's self quarantined. I'm afraid this may be the case for many. In Europe people go to the doctor for everything because they can and have access. Here in the US, we don't and I think lots of uninsured people and people who just don't go to the doctor won't get tested and will probably unknowingly infect others because they don't know they've contracted it. I don't know how to post from social media on here. If I figure it out I'll share her post.
People have supplemental insurance. In general terms, the more wealth you have, the better and more expensive your supplemental insurance, the better your health care. No matter where you go, wealth always makes a difference and extends and provides privileges to those with wealth, above and beyond those without wealth.