Do only first world countries have universal healthcare for their citizens?
Thanks. Israel is on the list.
- RICKLv 79 months ago
Cuba has universal healthcare
The Philippines does not have universal health care but they do offer low cost health insurance to any citizen or permanent resident who wants it
- LiliLv 79 months ago
No. For example, one of the best national health-care systems in the world is Cuba's.
- u_bin_calledLv 79 months ago
just the ones with exclusionary and rigidly-enforced immigration laws, mandatory national languages, state-controls on property ownership and access to higher education... you know, all those things that limit who gets to enjoy all those "lovely benefits" while keeping their populations like-thinking and culturally homogeneous...
- regeruggedLv 79 months ago
Lots of countries have government run health care. Search it in Wikipedia.
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- megalomaniacLv 79 months ago
No, the list is long and extensive. It just doesn't include the US. But Cuba can afford it somehow. Even Sri Lanka and Bhutan.