Havana, Nov. 14. – Cuba has reinforced its medical brigade in Haiti in a bid to be in better conditions to face up the cholera epidemic which has so far taken the lives of 800 people in that Caribbean country, said the media on Sunday.
The group arrived in Port of Prince on Saturday and it is mainly formed by nurses, apart from doctors graduated from the Latin American School of medicine.
According to local Television news, some of the members of the medical brigade were already in Haiti when an earthquake pounded the Caribbean nation in January this year.
Collaborator Violeta Cue said that she arrived in Haiti to help its people to overcome the epidemic all the time that would be needed.(Prensa Latina)