Workers from Chinese companies and Chinese people living in Sudan participated in the video conference, during which Chinese medical experts answered questions related to the coronavirus and introduced the personal protection measures.
The Chinese medical team arrived in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Thursday from Algeria after ending its two-week anti-coronavirus mission there.
“We are paying attention to the collection of questions and give more video exchanges in recent days,” Zhou Lin, the expert team leader, told Xinhua.
On May 30, the medical experts were divided into two groups for the anti-coronavirus mission in Sudan. One of them provided an on-site training for the Chinese doctors from Omdurman Friendship Hospital of Sudan.
The other group went to an office of a Chinese company in Sudan to give an on-site training to the staff.
China has offered help to Sudan in its fight against COVID-19.
In late March, the Chinese Embassy in Sudan donated over 400,000 surgical masks to the Sudanese government.
On April 23, Chinese medical experts held a video conference with Sudanese counterparts to share China’s experiences in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.