As the refugee crisis continues to unfold, Germany has welcomed a huge influx of people fleeing their homelands, which has led to another public health crisis. State health resources were severely strained by the 890,000 asylum seekers who arrived in Germany last year. But now, with proper systems in place and far fewer people filling waiting rooms, doctors say medical help is readily available, “both on a basic level and for those with acute conditions.” CCTV’s correspondent Guy Henderson has more in Berlin.
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