The Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance (MSPAS) has issued a press release warning of scammers offering wallet jobs in exchange for money.
“Information is known to be circulating about scammers contacting students from schools that train health workers and the general population by offering places in exchange for money,” the letter says.
And he adds: “Based on the foregoing, it becomes clear that in such measures it should be limited to dealing with health areas.”
“MSPAS warns residents not to be deceived by urging complaints to be submitted to health districts and relevant authorities,” he concludes.
The Ministry of Health is alerting residents not to be deceived by scammers who contact students from health worker training schools who offer jobs for money. https://t.co/yvfKedxQGa
– La Hora newspaper (Lahoragt) August 29, 2021
They have issued claims for an increase in cases of COVID-19
The Ministry of Health issued calls for the recruitment of health cadres, which were published on official social networks, specifically for units such as hospitals and areas that need professionals to meet the care needs that led to an increase in cases of infection. COVID-19.
However, the portfolio insisted that for more information, those interested can visit: https://www.mspas.gob.gt/.
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