The People’s Republic of China in Curitiba on Thursday recorded (17) new cases of cars donated to municipal health departments that were parked and not used. This time, the parked vehicles were found in Quatro Barras and São José dos Pinhais, two municipalities in the Curitiba metropolitan region.
It was revealed, on Tuesday (15), the case of 30 new cars that were donated more than a month ago to the Ponta Grossa Health Department in Campos Gerais, parked and unused.
In total, the Paraná Health Department (Sesa) has donated 1,500 vehicles to all municipalities in the state. The total cost of the fleet was 42 million Rls. Vehicles must be used exclusively in the Family Health Program.
This Thursday, RPC found five vehicles designated for the program but parked in the logistics and infrastructure sector at Quattro Paras City Hall. The municipality was contacted, but did not respond to the questions in the report.
The state health department was also contacted and was unable to provide information on why the vehicles were parked in Quattro Baras.
Stationary cars should help healthcare – Photo: RPC Curitiba
In São José dos Pinhais, more cars were parked and unused. The city received 20 cars on November 16 last year. Cars in the yard Secretary Works.
What may happen is a difficulty with information as the municipality has not attempted to release the cars, said the director of the second regional health, Jose Dalmy Desinha.
“Vehicles are licensed for municipal use. São José dos Pinhais can use vehicles from today [quinta] Even if they wanted to.”
sought, the municipality of São José dos Pinhais argued that it is awaiting the mandate period from the government in the state, which is necessary to make carpooling viable.
The municipality also said that even with the state issuance, there is a necessary internal documentation process, such as registering the car as a municipal heritage. City Hall said it had no predictions of how long it would be before the vehicles could be used by Health.
According to Sesa, 95% of municipalities already have cars that are allowed to move, with all documents updated to provide health care. However, the volume stated that, in some cases, there may be delays in necessary action with Detran, such as vehicle transportation and insurance.
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