Cuban doctors in Peru attend 4.212 victims

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The Peruvian communities appreciate the presence of Cuban doctors in the country and humanitarian attention. | Photo: @EmbaCubaLima

The Cuban medical Brigade in the Peruvian city of Piura, on the North coast of the country, has served through solidarity inquiries 4.212 people in that town, a number that is increasing. 
The Brigade comprised about 23 Cuban doctors is a camp but move on a daily basis by the communities to give free care to the most needy and affected by rains and floods affecting this South American nation for several weeks.
> Cuba opens doors to medical Parole Program defectors #Brigadamédicacubana expands its activities in region peruanahttps://t.co/xHjYgQdmmH pic.twitter.com/XpfrR8cGSq – EMBACUBA PERU (@EmbaCubaLima) April 6, 2017 the figure until served in centres for refugees was presented by the head of the Brigade, Rolando Piloto, who pointed out that the work is intense in the affected places where fellow.
The Commander of the Brigade said that physicians also perform sports, epidemiological activities of prevention and guidance of disasters.

#ENVIVO: #médicoscubanos serve in health facility San Pablo in Catacaos Ministry of health of the Peru https://t.co/7aEkVVbBL9 pic.twitter.com/ILEm1udFKa – EMBACUBA PERU (@EmbaCubaLima) April 6, 2017 according to the communities, solidarity Brigade of Cuban doctors provides professional attention, focused on solidarity with peoples.
> Brigade of Cuban doctors in Venezuela pay honors to Fidel the data: the Cubans arrived in the Peruvian capital, Lima, on March 31 and the same day, following a meeting of greeting and coordination with that country’s Health Minister, Patricia Garcia, they continued their trip to Piura, in full flood.
Doctors continue in the northern city of Cuba solidarity tradition with Peru health, carrying nearly half a century, since in 1970 became the first Medical Brigade on the island, to assist the victims of the earthquake that year caused great devastation and caused the death of tens of thousands of Peruvians.