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Thu, 21 May 2020 13:08 - Updated Thu, 21 May 2020 13:08

COVID-19: Cuban doctors deployed in Cuando Cubango

Menongue - Eight Cuban doctors, out of the planned nine professionals specialized in family medicine, have started working in the south-eastern Cuando Cubango province, as part of preventive measure against covid-19, Angop has learnt.

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This was confirmed Wednesday by the director of the Provincial Health Office, Mirco Macai, stating that the professionals are distributed to all municipalities of Cuando Cubango, with exception of Nankova.

Also spokesperson for multi-sector commission for the prevention of covid-19 in Cuando Cubango, Macai confirmed that the remaining doctors (4) are working at the General Hospital on training of professionals in the sector.

Twenty-five people are observing the institutional quarantine and 37 home quarantine in the municipalities of Menongue, Cuangar, Calai and Dirico.

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