Huge influx of migrants is blamed for an expected ONE BILLION EURO shortfall in the German health service by 2017
- Germany’s health service is facing a massive deficit due to migrant costs
- It is unable to cope with treatment required for its ballooning population
- By 2017, the health service is expected to face a one billion euro shortfall
The German health service is facing a billion-euro deficit as it struggles to cope with the influx of more than a million asylum seekers who arrived last year.
Although the German government pays a lump sum to the country’s health insurance companies every time they treat an asylum seeker, this apparently does not even cover half the cost.
Currently the amount is £70 per person, but research over costs of treating asylum seekers in Hamburg has revealed it needs to be…
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