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Cuban medics go door to door to track virus

Medical teams in the Cuban province of Mayabeque carry out door to door visits to follow and report suspicious COVID-19 cases. With 30% of the 382,000 residents dispersed over rural land, the doctors find themselves walking kilometre after kilometre in an effort to control the outbreak.

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