Chinese medical experts arrive in Angola to help with COVID-19 battle

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video A team of 10 Chinese medical experts have arrived in Angola to help the African country fight COVID-19. The team from Hubei Province was deployed by the Chinese National Health Commission. They are expected to provide training to medical personnel in Angolan communities.

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