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Coronavirus: Chinese medical teams arrives to Nigeria



A Chinese medical team has shown up Nigeria to help in endeavors to battle the coronavirus pandemic. 

The clinical work force showed up at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, around 5pm on Wednesday. 

They were gotten by a designation of the national government and authorities of the Chinese international safe haven. The specialists and attendants numbering around 15 showed up with some clinical supplies. 

Osagie Enahire, clergyman of wellbeing, had said the specialists were accompanying the gave supplies to help the nation's battle against COVID-19. 

He had said the things incorporate products, for example, individual defensive hardware and ventilators. 

"I have been told of clinical supplies from China, kindness of a gathering of Chinese organizations working here in Nigeria," he had said. 

"A 18-man group of Chinese clinical specialists including specialists, attendants and other clinical counsels will join the trip to help us. I should at this crossroads laud our bleeding edge laborers who are working superbly in the event that recognizable proof and the executives." 

The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) had kicked against the arrangement of Chinese specialists coming to Nigeria, asking the central government to rather engage Nigerian clinical experts to perform better. 

The legislature, be that as it may, said it couldn't dismiss the idea of China to help Nigeria in such a difficult period. 

Be that as it may, the Nigerian specialists were guaranteed that their Chinese partners would be exposed to the traditions that must be adhered to and would not approach patients being treated for coronavirus in the nation. 

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