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

16.10.2020 13:30
Polish medics have just returned from a mission to Lebanon, where they helped in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Polish medics in Lebanon.
Polish medics in Lebanon. Photo: PCPM

For nearly two months, the Polish team supported Lebanese health care staff, diagnosing and treating patients.

The Polish medics, who earlier this year travelled to Italy, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Madagascar on similar missions, will now continue combating the coronavirus in their home country.

“It is thanks to procedures, guidelines and training that we are able to systematize and improve the work of the local staff […] the long-term results will improve the comfort of both patients and employees,” Polish medic Aleksandra Sadkowska said.

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


Source: PCPM