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A team of Cuban doctors arrive South Africa to aid in the fight against COVID-19

A delegation of Cuban doctors have arrived South Africa to assist in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. This is part of Cuba’s global effort to fight COVID-19; most especially in countries with high cases of the disease.
Since the outbreak of this global health crisis, Cuba has been instrumental in ensuring that the disease is defeated and good health restored. This act in a way goes to reaffirm Cuba’s long-lasting commitment to humanitarian solidarity with other countries; especially in the medical field.  This move has also helped to revitalize Cuba’s medical strength.
They have so far deployed medical teams to more than 19 countries including Italy, Mexico, Jamaica, Barbados, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, Haiti, Suriname, Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, St. Lucia, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Andorra, Togo, St. Thomas and Prince, Angola, Qatar and now South Africa.

Known for a strong health care system, Cuba is host to many students from other African countries studying medicine in their universities. This is not the first time they have come to the aid of nations as they were also very helpful in the fight against Ebola and other health crisis.

The number of South African coronavirus confirmed cases currently stands at 4 546 according to worldometers.

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