Cuban Foreign Minister Highlights Work of Doctors in Mozambique

Havana, Apr 9 (Prensa Latina) Cuba”s Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez highlighted in Havana Tuesday the solidarity work of the Cuban medical brigade in a field hospital sent to Mozambique, where they treated 4,000 patients in the first week.

The Head of the Cuban diplomacy, in a post in Twitter, considered as meritorious the work of the Cuban health collaborators who ‘from Beira honor and praise Cuba in this sister African nation.

Since late March, a Cuban medical brigade traveled to Mozambique to help counteract the impact of the cyclone Idai that left nearly 500 dead, thousands of homeless people and significant material damage.

The group of 40 doctors includes surgeons, anesthesiologists, orthopedists, epidemiologists, general practitioners, nurses and specialists in electromedicine, who joined the 372 Cuban collaborators who serve in the African country.


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