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The Emergency Medical Team (EMT) of Malteser International deployed in Cameroon a few days ago in order to support the health authorities in dealing with the rising numbers of Covid 19 infections in the country, was greeted on Monday by Cameroon’s Prime Minister
It was 24th June 1970 when the Order’s Grand Magistry first established its volunteer corps in Italy
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This year we cannot either use the marquee or let patients participate. Even though Coronavirus infection rates are falling throughout Italy, we still have to take precautions.
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South Africa has confirmed nearly 90,000 cases of Covid and over 1,600 deaths. The country is facing great challenges due to the extreme poverty in many areas, poor sanitation and scarce water facilities, combined with a very high HIV infection rate.
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A new Doctor to Doctor meeting took place on Wednesday 10 June with Lebanese, Italian and German health experts. Aim of the virtual meeting is to allow doctors and health specialists to share knowledge on the management and treatment of Covid 19.
At the beginning of April the Roman-Catholic Diocese of Iasi, in the eastern Romanian province of Moldavia, asked the Romanian Association of the Order of Malta, if it could help with providing FFP masks.
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Yesterday afternoon, in the garden of the Magistral Villa in Rome, there was a short but intense encounter between the Lieutenant ad interim, Fra’ Ruy Gonçalo do Valle Peixoto de Villas Boas, and a delegation of Order of Malta members, doctors, paramedics and volunteers.
As the Order of Malta has increased its worldwide activities dealing with the Covid 19 pandemic, it is also shining a light on the compelling need to raise attention on human trafficking.
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