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1 in 10 Albanians find medical care impossible, Albania with the second highest rate in Europe
Albania is the second country in Europe with the second highest rate of the population aged 16 and over who report having unmet needs for medical care.
According to the data of the European Statistics Agency, processed by SCAN TV, it is estimated that for the year 2020 there are 10.6% of Albanians who do not meet the needs for a medical examination. Referring to the agency's data, the unmet needs are due to financial conditions, the long waiting list in the health centers or even for geographical reasons, that is, the distance of the health centers from the residence of the surveyed persons.
Albania is followed in the ranking by Greece with 6.5% and Finland with 5.4%. The European Union average is 1.9%.
If you take the ranking of the countries of the region, Serbia is ranked after Albania with 3.8% of people who expressed that they have unmet needs for medical care. Then comes Montenegro with 2.1%, North Macedonia, which is below the EU average, with 1.7%.
The countries with the most positive rate are Malta, Austria and Germany.