China’s medical team to aid COVID-19 fight in South Sudan, Guinea

The eighth batch of Chinese doctors to conduct a one-year medical assistance mission in South Sudan also set off from Anhui the same day.
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HEFEI, Aug. 19 : A medical team departed from east China’s Anhui Province to aid the anti-epidemic fight in South Sudan and the Republic of Guinea early Wednesday.

The team consists of eight experts in the fields of infectious disease prevention and treatment, respiratory disease treatment, intensive care and nursing. They will stay in the two countries for about 20 days to help fight COVID-19.

“We will bring China’s anti-epidemic experiences to local communities, and share our prevention and treatment plans combining the use of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine to help them combat the epidemic,” said Tong Jiabing, a respiratory physician of the First Affiliated Hospital of Anhui University of Chinese Medicine.

The eighth batch of Chinese doctors to conduct a one-year medical assistance mission in South Sudan also set off from Anhui the same day.

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