Cuba Helps Jamaica against Ebola

thWKO2NEZDHAVANA, Cuba, Nov 18 (acn) Jamaica announced the arrival of 30 Cuban health workers who have been trained in Ebola management, under a human resource agreement between Havana and Kingston.

According to the Jamaican Health Ministry the workers will be deployed in different areas under the regional health authorities.

The Gleaner newspaper said that Jamaica has undertaken several activities including the establishment of a joint coordinating team led by the Ministry of Health and other government agencies.

A team from the Pan American Health Organization’s Washington Office was also expected to arrive in Jamaica to provide support to several areas of the country’s Ebola preparation and response.

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