New Zealand First Health spokesperson Barbara Stewart said that there are major loopholes in the health system that enables tourists and illegal immigrants to escape paying for their health care need. She said that at least $630 million have not been paid by people ineligible for fully funded New Zealand Health Care.
Reece Jimmieson, 3, was already suffering from different symptoms of Goldenhar Syndrome, a congenital syndrome, when another disease added up to the list of his problems.
Michelle Jimmieson, 24, Reece's mother said that they were having an idea that Reece might be suffering from a lung disease. Doctors have now confirmed that Reece's lungs were dangerously damaged.
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