Albanian doctors headed to Italy will have be tested as they haven't the document certifying their specialization

Albanian doctors headed to Italy will have be tested as they haven't the document certifying their specialization
 
 Thirty Albanian doctors and nurses have arrived in Brescia to help fight the pandemic. But they are not yet able to start work immediately.

The general manager of Brescia civil hospital, Gianmarco Trivelli said:

We are grateful for the arrival of doctors and nurses from Albania, but unfortunately, there is a fundamental problem: the presence of specialized staff for intensive care. They were presented without a document certifying their abilities and will have a one-day test to find out in what sector they will be headed to.

The Albanians are looking forward to getting to work right away and have already visited Civic Hospitals and are ready to help. They are accommodated in a hotel near the hospital and say that “this experience will serve us because if things go wrong in Albania we will have the experience we need. This is our home, we are in Brescia and have a great desire to help."

Meanwhile, the 15 Polish doctors who will assist Italian colleagues in the fight against coronavirus will arrive in Brescia this afternoon.

They are intensive care specialists divided into three emergency medicine teams.

The Poles will be assisting at Brescia Hospital, where the situation is currently the most critical and continuing to record the highest number of Covid-19 patients.
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