by Ed Augustin
Cuba has been able to send thousands of doctors and nurses overseas to help other countries fight COVID-19.
That is because the island nation has had huge success containing the virus domestically, with a rigorous active screening campaign and strict restrictions.
Since the pandemic began, the country has recorded just more than 2,400 cases and fewer than 100 deaths.
Al Jazeera's Ed Augustin reports from Havana, Cuba.
The post about “Cuba sets example with successful COVID-19 strategy" first appeared on the Al Jazeera website.
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