The shipment, organized and coordinated by the Juan Gualberto Gómez Association of Cubans in Toronto, consists of syringes,
disposable needles, and pulmonary ventilators, among other supplies.
Holguin, June 14 (RHC)-- A donation of medical supplies destined for the fight against COVID-19 arrived over the weekend at Frank País International Airport, in the city of Holguin, on a flight from Toronto, Canada.
The shipment, organized and coordinated by the Juan Gualberto Gómez Association of Cubans in Toronto, consists of syringes, disposable needles, pulmonary ventilation equipment, endotracheal and endobronchial catheters for pediatric ages.
Also included are laboratory components and protective equipment for medical personnel facing the pandemic within the red zones, such as gowns, caps, and disposable masks.
Dr. Rebeca Robles García, head of International Relations at the Provincial Directorate of Public Health in Holguín, expressed her gratitude for this donation valued at more than 65 thousand dollars.
In declarations to ACN, she expressed her gratitude for the unconditional support of this group of Cubans that also contributes to improving the quality of service in the Mother and Child Program, in oncology patients, and patients infected with COVID-19.