I find it very difficult to interpret this photograph correctly, at least to interpret it clearly. I believe that in this image there is a world of experiences, of experiences, of feelings of the month of March and April of this year twenty throughout Spain, and particularly in health centers throughout Spain.
This photograph is so strong that it calls for it to be shouted that those responsible for health in Spain, the professional leaders, and of course, the political leaders, all of them, stop for an hour to contemplate it, to review it, to interpret it.
I am convinced that professional leaders, after that time, will reach important conclusions for health solutions in Spain, to the professional care of healthcare with guarantees, to the communication of the health with their patient, to the support and support of the basic instrumental needs of these brave, who have had to be courageous by force , against all setbacks and all the time, until they fall exhausted in a rest of effort, a limited rest, with a forced, tense vigil, preparing to run again, avoiding added difficulties.
What about the time of the politicians? It is even more important than the previous hour, it is that of decisions, that of resources, and in this case decisions about healthcare professionals, those who care for and protect us, those who give us quality of life to all Spaniards. But, if the quality of professional and personal life that our toilets receive are what can be read in this photo, what can they expect and what can we all expect?
Thirty years ago Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente demanded that the big decisions be made by professional teams of experts and scientists, since politicians do not have the training or knowledge for such great responsibilities, and in addition their interests are partisan and do not go in the right direction.
Civil society has been with health workers throughout the pandemic, in these months of March and April, and May, and has expressed it daily, with feeling and with energy, but that is not enough. Today, as we did thirty years ago, we continue to demand that political spending be sized to reasonable numbers, and that those billions that are spent uselessly be used for health care, for security forces, for the people who care for us all.
Professor Gay of Lebanese also claims these positions. Politicians have never decided, nor will they decide now, unless they are forced by circumstances. For the sake of ninety-five percent of Spaniards, let’s hope something happens in that regard.
The moment of applause has passed, now is the time of more means, of better professional conditions for our health and for our security forces.