With Difficulty in Attracting Doctors, Bolsonaro’s Government Prepares to Reinstate Cubans

A public notice will be issued in February and could hire 1,800 Cuban professionals without the 'Revalida', the test that confirms in Brazil the degrees achieved abroad.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cuban doctors who worked in the 'Mais Médicos' ('More Doctors') program and decided to remain in Brazil even after Cuba broke its cooperation agreement with the country in November 2018, are expected to be reinstated in basic care facilities in the coming weeks.

Bolsonaro's government is preparing a public notice, to be issued in February, which provides for the reinstatement of 1,800 professionals on a two-year contract . . .

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