Port of Spain, December 9th, 2020 (Prensa Latina). Members of the Association of Friendship with Cuba in Trinidad and Tobago today expressed their solidarity and gratitude to the health workers of the largest of the Antilles for the help offered in the confrontation of Covid-19. Speaking to Prensa Latina via WhatsApp, Clyde Callender, current president of the Association, highlighted the value and commitment of Cuban doctors and nurses to humanity amid global efforts to contain the advance of the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 , the cause of Covid-19. In his words, the Trinidadian friend supported the proposal to hand over to the medical brigade specialized in disasters and serious epidemics 'Henry Reeve', the Nobel Peace Prize, because in his opinion 'people have had nothing but prizes for them'. Another of those in solidarity with the people of Cuba Laurence Brown raised his voice in favor of universal recognition for the work of the Cuban medical brigades in various parts of the world in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and in the treatment of different diseases . Since 2003, Cuba has provided medical assistance in Trinidad and Tabogo. On May 1, a total of 11 nursing graduates from the 'Henry Reeve' contingent arrived on Trinidadian soil to reinforce the joint response to Covid-19.