Regardless of personal circumstance, historically there have been very few in Ireland who are morally at ease with a two-tier health system that affords advantages to those with the financial means to meet the cost of private insurance premiums.
Securing swifter access to specialists, more comfortable hospital stays and even a greater selection of post-procedure meals, money has long-made medicine’s proverbial pills easier to swallow in the Republic.
The coronavirus pandemic has, however, presented a new perspective on the age-old debate as to whether or not healthcare is a right or a privilege.
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