US millionaire family owes hospital intensive care unit use | Finance | Economie
On August 9, Luis Alfredo entered Lozano To the intensive care unit of a hospital in the United States due to complications from Covid-19.
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From that day until this past Monday 23 August, the medical treatment debt has almost reached 600 million pesos.
“The most important thing for us is his health and his recovery. I want him to come back with me. He lives with me in Bogotá,” Claudia Lozano, Luis Alfredo’s daughter, told Citynoticias, via Citytv.
According to the woman, For every day your father is in the intensive care unit, you have to pay 38 million Colombian pesos.
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Specifically, the debt was in dollars, as of last Monday 155,000 dollars And the medicines that were made available to the man also enter it.
(See: Pfizer will produce its coronavirus vaccine in Latin America.)
Given his situation, Lozano requested the audience’s cooperation. So if you are interested in making a contribution, Call cell phone: 315852 6772.
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