Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Dutch Healthcare Minister Bruno Bruins has collapsed in parliament

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Dutch Healthcare Minister Bruno Bruins has collapsed in parliament during a debate about coronavirus, Your Content has learned.

Dutch Healthcare Minister Bruins after collapsing in parliament: ‘I suffered faintness from exhaustion and intense weeks,’ said the brittle lawmaker, who was seen grasping to get up.

According to the World Health Organization’s guidelines, at-least six parliament members or staffers might need to take some time off as they’re captured scratching their face, zero social distancing and breathing nearly mouth-to-mouth as they huddled to get the lawmaker back up.

‘It’s better now. I’m going home to rest tonight so I can continue tomorrow to fight the corona-crisis as well as possible,’ said Bruins, who admits to coming in a tad under the weather — despite a global warning urging people to stay in if they aren’t feeling well.

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