Luanda - The Angolan government is prioritising implementation of policies that guarantee ongoing training of health professionals, facilitating their participation in resolving the problems affecting society, the health minister, Silvia Lutucuta said Monday.More about this news
Luanda - The minister of Health, Sílvia Lutucuta, informed last Thursday, in Luanda, that Angola is to receive this weekend a new load of tests to continue the massive test campaign to Covid-19 and to help specific situations.
Lisbon - Two more Angolan citizens, with the status of non-residents, tested Wednesday positive for Covid-19, bringing to 80 the number of infected Angolans in Portugal.
Luanda - More than 700 ventilators, amongst invasive and non-invasive ones, have been installed in all hospitals and health centers designed to treat covid-19 in the country.
Luanda - At least 315 tons of assorted biosafety and hospital items of an overall 380 tons purchased by the Angolan government from China to prevent and fight the covid-19 pandemic have until now arrived in the country.
Luanda - At least 33 more tons of biosafety materials were unloaded on Sunday in Luanda, comprising ventilators for intense care patients.
Luanda - Angola received Saturday 26 tons of various biosafety and hospital materials, mostly reagents for 50,000 diagnostic tests to boost measures to prevent and combat covid-19.
Luanda - Over forty tons of preventive equipments of Covid-19 acquired from South Africa by the Angolan government arrived Sunday in the capital of the country, adding to the other batches already received recently.
Luanda - Five hundred doctors, in the province of Luanda, started this Monday in Multiperfil Clinic, in Luanda, an intensive medicine course, to reinforce the hospital units in the framework of the prevention and combat to Covid-19.