27.02.20. This blog has covered many times the struggles of the people of Venezuela under President Nicolas Maduro who appears not at all concerned about the condition of his people and the country. Venezuela is grappling with a political, economic and a massive humanitarian crisis with its health care system crumbling. Shortages of doctors who earn $10 per month or less, lack of drugs, power and clean water have caused illness and epidemics. Families suffering the consequences no longer trust the country’s disintegrating medical infrastructure or political regime to save them. The US has been watching the unfolding mess and observers are wondering what it takes before intervention on a human rights initiative? PBS special correspondent Marcia Biggs reports on Venezuela’s health care catastrophe.