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Polish medics back from mission to help Tajikistan fight COVID-19

30.06.2020 14:06
Twenty-three Polish medics have just returned from a mission to Tajikistan, where they helped in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
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In addition to diagnosing and treating patients, the Polish team also trained Tajik doctors how to protect themselves from infection.

The mission was part of a major humanitarian project managed by the Polish Centre for International Aid (PCPM) in cooperation with the World Health Organisation.

A military plane with Polish medics aboard also took 600 kg of protective supplies to Tajikistan.

Michał Owczarek spoke to PCPM CEO Wojciech Wilk to find out more about the mission.