Cuban doctor Yerenia Cedeño was among two dozen health professionals who were stranded in Colombia and arrived in Miami.
Cuban doctor Yerenia Cedeño was among two dozen health professionals who were stranded in Colombia and arrived in Miami. Carl Juste Miami Herald
Cuban doctor Yerenia Cedeño was among two dozen health professionals who were stranded in Colombia and arrived in Miami. Carl Juste Miami Herald

Cuban health professionals who had been stranded in Colombia are allowed U.S. entry at MIA

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