Havana, Nov 10.- More than five thousand 300 patients have been treated by Cuban specialists in Acapulco, Mexico, after the passage of Hurricane Otis, said Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, Cuban Foreign Minister.
Rodríguez Parrilla recognized in X the humanist and supportive work of Cuban doctors in support of the Mexican people following the effects caused by the powerful meteorological phenomenon, which made landfall in the state of Guerrero on October 25.
Since their arrival in Acapulco they have provided community and hospital care to more than five thousand 300 patients, the minister said on the social network, in a message that accompanied the hashtag #CubaPorLaVida.
"Cuban doctors continue their humanist and solidarity work in support of the fraternal Mexican people after the effects caused by Hurricane Otis. Since their arrival in Acapulco they have provided community and hospital care to more than five thousand 300 patients".
Last October 25th, Otis struck the Mexican South Pacific coast as a category five hurricane, the most intense on the Saffir Simpson scale, leaving behind damage and flooding in the city of Acapulco, in the state of Guerrero.
Just 48 hours after the meteor hit, a group of Cuban doctors arrived in Acapulco to join the attention of those affected. (ACN) (Photo taken from the Internet)