June 30, 2022

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46 Chinese Medical teams in Africa

46 Chinese Medical teams in Africa

46 Chinese Medical teams including about 1,000 Chinese doctors stay in Africa to help local medical insitution to fight with COVID-19 . When the world is facing the epidemic of COVID-19 pneumonia, Chinese doctors rush to fight the epidemic at home and abroad. They are the protagonists of these two festivals.

 

46 Chinese Medical teams in Africa

At present, nearly 1,000 members of 46 Chinese aid medical teams are stationed in Africa for a long time. China has also sent medical experts to many African countries to help fight the epidemic. They are witnesses of China-Africa friendship and the incarnation of the China-Africa health community, and have won praise from African countries.

A 9-month-old boy from Sierra Leone, Ola, suffered from congenital hydrocephalus, severe developmental delay and other diseases, and unfortunately contracted the COVID-19 virus. He was already a severe case when he was sent to the China-Serbia Friendship Hospital. Facing the complex condition of Aola, the 21st batch of experts from the Serbian medical team cooperated with Serbian medical staff to make a diagnosis and treatment plan. After careful treatment, Ola was able to recover and was discharged.

The Deputy Director of the National Health and Security Administration of Guinea, Buna Yatasai, said that since Guinea reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19 pneumonia on March 13, the Chinese government has provided Guinea with anti-epidemic supplies on many occasions. In addition, the Chinese medical team in Guinea helped the country hold multiple video conferences, and medical experts from the two countries had in-depth exchanges. Chinese experts provided important suggestions for Guinea to formulate epidemic prevention strategies.

Namibia’s Minister of Health and Human Services Karenbi Changula told Xinhua News Agency that Namibia’s measures and efforts to deal with the COVID-19 epidemic have been helped by the Chinese government. “Our doctors learned from China’s experience in preventing and treating COVID-19 pneumonia through online meetings.”

At the China-Africa Unity Anti-epidemic Special Summit held on June 17, UN Secretary-General Guterres called on the international community to take action to help African countries strengthen their public health systems. He said that the solidarity and cooperation between China and Africa is a vital part of this effort. He said that in response to global challenges such as the COVID-19 epidemic, the international community needs to unite and support each other, which is the core of multilateralism.

At the China-Africa Unity Anti-epidemic Special Summit, the rotating chairman of the African Union and South African President Ramaphosa, on behalf of African countries, thanked the Chinese government and the Chinese people for their important support to Africa in fighting the COVID-19 epidemic.

The Director-General of the World Health Organization Tan Desai also said at the summit that the in-depth cooperation between China and Africa demonstrates the global unity and leadership needed to defeat the COVID-19 epidemic.

According to a report released by the WHO Regional Office for Africa on July 23, China has provided about 41 million pieces of personal protective equipment to African countries.

Chinese medical workers in aid to Africa carry forward the spirit of international humanitarianism, save the dead and heal the wounded, and are willing to contribute to the land of Africa, demonstrating the noble spirit of boundless love.

At present, nearly 1,000 members of 46 Chinese aid medical teams are stationed in Africa for a long time. China has also sent medical experts to many African countries to help fight the epidemic. They are witnesses of China-Africa friendship and the incarnation of the China-Africa health community, and have won praise from African countries.

A 9-month-old boy from Sierra Leone, Ola, suffered from congenital hydrocephalus, severe developmental delay and other diseases, and unfortunately contracted the COVID-19 virus. He was already a severe case when he was sent to the China-Serbia Friendship Hospital. Facing the complex condition of Aola, the 21st batch of experts from the Serbian medical team cooperated with Serbian medical staff to make a diagnosis and treatment plan. After careful treatment, Ola was able to recover and was discharged.

The Deputy Director of the National Health and Security Administration of Guinea, Buna Yatasai, said that since Guinea reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19 pneumonia on March 13, the Chinese government has provided Guinea with anti-epidemic supplies on many occasions. In addition, the Chinese medical team in Guinea helped the country hold multiple video conferences, and medical experts from the two countries had in-depth exchanges. Chinese experts provided important suggestions for Guinea to formulate epidemic prevention strategies.

Namibia’s Minister of Health and Human Services Karenbi Changula told Xinhua News Agency that Namibia’s measures and efforts to deal with the COVID-19 epidemic have been helped by the Chinese government. “Our doctors learned from China’s experience in preventing and treating COVID-19 pneumonia through online meetings.”

At the China-Africa Unity Anti-epidemic Special Summit held on June 17, UN Secretary-General Guterres called on the international community to take action to help African countries strengthen their public health systems. He said that the solidarity and cooperation between China and Africa is a vital part of this effort. He said that in response to global challenges such as the COVID-19 epidemic, the international community needs to unite and support each other, which is the core of multilateralism.

At the China-Africa Unity Anti-epidemic Special Summit, the rotating chairman of the African Union and South African President Ramaphosa, on behalf of African countries, thanked the Chinese government and the Chinese people for their important support to Africa in fighting the COVID-19 epidemic.

The Director-General of the World Health Organization Tan Desai also said at the summit that the in-depth cooperation between China and Africa demonstrates the global unity and leadership needed to defeat the COVID-19 epidemic.

According to a report released by the WHO Regional Office for Africa on July 23, China has provided about 41 million pieces of personal protective equipment to African countries.

Chinese medical workers in aid to Africa carry forward the spirit of international humanitarianism, save the dead and heal the wounded, and are willing to contribute to the land of Africa, demonstrating the noble spirit of boundless love.