The Catholic Church of Guinea-Bissau is ready to make its health facilities available to national authorities in the context of the fight against COVID-19, reported Fides News Agency. This is what emerged from yesterday’s meeting, April 1 held in the Diocesan Curia of Bissau between the Secretary-General of Caritas Guinea-Bissau and a government delegation, composed of the ministers of health, economy and the coordinator of the inter-ministerial commission.
Maria de Fátima Gomes, Secretary-General of Caritas Guinea Bissau, said that His Exc. Mgr. Camnate Na Bissign, Bishop of Bissau, offered the support of the Church and thanked the government for the trust.
“The government can be sure that we will cooperate in case of need, through our hospitals where we already have an emergency plan”, said the head of Caritas.