King talking about medical care in Aruba and Sint Maarten during the corona crisis

ORANJESTAD - On Wednesday, October 14, His Majesty the King spoke via online video calls with employees of organizations involved in medical care in the Caribbean part of the Kingdom surrounding the corona outbreak.

Among other things, the King spoke with the president of the General Practitioners Association of Aruba (HAVA) about the current situation regarding the coronavirus and how general practitioners are dealing with the crisis.

He spoke with the hospital employees, laboratory service, and the concerning ministry in St. Maarten, about the consequences of the corona outbreak there and the impact of the crisis on their work. On October 29, the King will have a video call with the medical sector on Curacao in the same context.

Through telephone and online conversations and, where possible, working visits, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima will inform themselves about the consequences of the coronary outbreak and express their support and appreciation for the efforts of so many in the fight against the pandemic.

Pictures: Rotapool & The Cabinet of the Governor.

Online video calls On Wednesday, October 14, His Majesty the King spoke with employees of organizations involved in medical care in the Caribbean part of the Kingdom surrounding the corona outbreak. Online video calls On Wednesday, October 14, His Majesty the King spoke with employees of organizations involved in medical care in the Caribbean part of the Kingdom surrounding the corona outbreak. Online video calls On Wednesday, October 14, His Majesty the King spoke with employees of organizations involved in medical care in the Caribbean part of the Kingdom surrounding the corona outbreak.

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