Suriname receives awards for combating the Covid-19 pandemic

Suriname receives awards for combating the Covid-19 pandemic

Suriname has received two awards and a certificate from the Severe Acute Respiratory Infections (SARI) Network of the World Health Organization (WHO) in recognition of the hard work done during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and their efforts over the past 10 years in the SARI Network (SARI) network. The ceremony took place on May 16 in Mexico. Phyllis Penas, Vern Nanho and Mr. Richard Cartomo from BOG traveled for this purpose.

One of the awards recognizes commitment and effort in monitoring, prevention and control over the past 10 years. The other award and certificate allocated to the Central Laboratory of Suriname, which is also the National Influenza Centre, recognizes the SARI Network, the laboratory response group of the Health Emergencies Department of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO), for its exceptional commitment to public health and outstanding performance in influenza response and surveillance. and SARS-CoV-2 through the SARI network.

This honor is dedicated to the entire group of laboratories, health professionals, researchers, scientists and technicians who have committed themselves with tireless dedication, expertise and expertise to the noble mission of saving lives and protecting the health of populations, both in their country and in their country. The entire region, during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“The commitment and determination during the largest public health emergency of this century are a true source of inspiration and examples for us all,” the organization said.

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