Santa Cruz del Sur, October 5. With their commitment and passion, Carlos J. University students support. Finlay Medical Sciences, from Camaguey, vaccinated in his assigned areas of this southern region.
Pablo Enrique Barrios Dominguez, a second-year medical student, began his experience with this arduous task from the beginning of the confrontation with the epidemic with the investigation work to detect respiratory symptoms in the population.
“After that, we are preparing to collaborate in various stages of immunizing the Santa Cruz residents who need it most.”
Maria Carla Vilavana is one of the future galenas who works in the vaccination center located in the rehabilitation district of the southern capital, and she is also in her second year, to be an essential part of this process is a source of pride, “In this way I help my relatives, my neighbors and the people in general, I like to feel that I am useful”.
“This experience made me more in love with medicine, as well as learning a lot to treat patients, putting myself in their shoes and leaving them satisfied and happy,” said the young woman.
Although Armando Yaser Peláez Guerra is still in the first year of his career in medicine, this was an opportunity to grow on a personal and professional level.
Given the dire need to reduce positive cases of COVID-19 in Santa Cruz del Sur, medical science students have been heroes in the vaccination process, with the responsibility that distinguishes new generations such as Maria Carla, Pablo Enrique and Armando Yasser as part of the white-robed army fighting the coronavirus The novelty.
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