Austria and Germany come to Portugal’s aid

By TPN/Lusa, in News · 01-02-2021 11:00:00 · 3 Comments

Portugal has suffered more than 12,000 deaths from Covid-19, with around half recorded in January alone.

Austria and Germany have said they will provide help to Portugal, which is grappling with skyrocketing coronavirus cases. Austria is to take patients from Portugal who need intensive care, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said on Sunday, saying “swift, unbureaucratic help” was needed to save sick people. The German army will also send medical assistance and staff to Portugal to help deal with the country’s coronavirus outbreak, saying that details were being finalised. Portugal has suffered more than 12,000 deaths from Covid-19, with around half recorded in January alone.



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Comments:

Great to see that EU members are offering constructive assistance for a change.

By paul smith from UK on 01-02-2021 03:20

Is this the same covid scam politicians and Big Pharma are running in the USA? The flu kills thousands every year. usually the infirm and elderly. this year flu deaths = 0
Imagine that!

Big Pharma, Fauci, Bill Gates etc. want to make BILLIONS having everyone take their useless "shot."

By rod from USA on 01-02-2021 03:07

That is great! Where is the UK help? Have I missed something? Should be front of the line to help its oldest ally. That would have been the case in the past until this UK Government decided to only help itself and its cronies.

By barry green from Lisbon on 01-02-2021 11:59
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