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Montenegro

29. 06. 2020. 18:50   >>  18:51 0

KCCG

The doctors who attended processions humiliated the profession

Doctors who attended the processions violated the measures of the National Coordination Body prescribed by their colleagues, endangered their own and public health and humiliated the profession, as have done all those who subsequently showed solidarity, the Clinical Center of Montenegro (KCCG) announced.

The Board of Directors and the Covid-19 Crisis Medical Staff said that the organized participation of a number of doctors in the processions, despite the measures introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic and the list of support of some colleagues, had no justification, and that any motive could not be more important than health.

"It goes without saying that years of study and medical practice oblige us to be focused in all social circumstances on preserving people's health, which is the basic meaning of our profession," said the Board and Crisis Staff.

They said that everyone has the right to their opinion on various social issues.

"Violation of the measures proposed by our profession, objectively means, among other things, the disrespect of thousands of health workers throughout Montenegro, who put their health at great risk in defense of the lives of all our people, regardless of religion and nation," the statement said.

The Collegium and the Crisis Staff said that it was an opportunity for everyone to remember that the Hippocratic Oath states that doctors will consecrate their lives to the service of humanity and that they will not be affected by any considerations of religion, nationality, race, gender, politics, socioeconomic standing, or sexual orientation.

"Violation of the measures proposed by our profession, objectively means, among other things, disrespect for thousands of health workers throughout Montenegro, who put their health at great risk in defense of the lives of all our people, regardless of religion and nation," the Board and the Crisis Staff stated.

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