Medical assistance has long been one of Cuba's principal exports, mostly in Africa and Latin America. Cuban doctors have no fear of grim situations in difficult countries.
Meanwhile, Cuba has 8.2 doctors per 1000 inhabitants. In comparison, France has 3.2 and the United States has 2.6.
In the current situation, Cuba has sent a medical team of 373 to Haiti, 136 to Jamaica, 31 to Antigua and Barbuda and 34 to Dominica. In Saint Lucia, a team of 100 Cubans is helping the local medical team to move to a new hospital. 51 Cubans are working in medical teams in Grenada. Finally 137 doctors and nurses are working in Venezuela.
The American government and President Trump have denounced these actions because the medical teams are "poorly paid" and "work in unsanitary conditions."
Maybe the Americans would like to pay these Cuban doctors properly? Just a thought.