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The coronavirus is affecting the sport, as a sector, canceling events and postponing 'sine die' competitions. One of them, the Motorcycle World Cup, which should have already played its first races and which is 'at zero' after the serious crisis caused by the Covid-19.
Such a crisis affects not only the sector, but also the people who are part of it. One of those who is suffering from it is Óscar Haro, sports director of the LCR Honda team, who has published a video on his social networks recounting the tremendous pain he is experiencing due to the death of his father, a patient with coronavirus: "He needed a respirator to avoid dying and they denied him, "he explains, excited.
"No one should die alone. My father started working at the age of 14 until he was 65. He never asked for anything. On Wednesday he needed a respirator to avoid dying and they denied him. His doctor, a tremendous person and professional, called me with tears to ask permission to let him die. This is the Spain we have. This generation has been the one who built this country, its swamps, roads, agriculture, working 14 hours a day, coming out of a postwar period. And we are letting them die. My mother continues locked up at home, unable to hug her, kiss her, comfort her ... She tested positive and does not want to return to the hospital because she fears that they will also let her die, "she summarizes.
And he continues his speech: "What is happening to us? Who is ruling us? I had to sign an infection confirmation to take my parents to the ER because there were no Ambulances and my parents were leaving their lives while they waited dying in the Health Center. I think there are politicians with ambulances in their parked houses. I just hope that no more people die, that no one suffers what I have suffered and that there is a before and after in all this. We have the best country in the world and we are letting him die, I do not want to find guilty parties, we all know what we are doing, I just want my daughter to grow up in a country with the same values that these people have whom we are letting die ... A lot of strength to all and not Leave home at all, remember this: You leave home, not the hole! "
In the video he criticizes that "I do not understand that a person like my father who has been working, contributing for 15 years, has died because there are no respirators, because they have not been able to treat him more, because there is a law that says that with more than 75 years are no longer interested in taking care of them and they let them die. People are dying all the time. We are saying that we have incredible Social Security when the health personnel do not even have gloves to put on. "
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