"The masks [and gloves] are being offered in the streets," the dentist explained to VerAngola. The 27-year-old also made it known that he has other types of initiatives underway, although they are not directly linked to the prevention of covid-19. Among them is the fact that he is giving "free dental consultations" to those most in need and offering brushes and toothpaste.
As for last week's gesture, Helder Sunguahanga explained that he took "the initiative to disinfect ATMs as part of the fight against the coronavirus", revealing that in total he has disinfected around 20 ATMs.
As for the general sentiment in the country, Helder admitted that the climate is one of concern: "We are concerned and everyone is doing their part for the good of all," he said. "In every country there is a climate of tension, after all the coronavirus attacks everyone. In Angola it is no different", he added.
However, he considered that the Angolans have "respected the norms of prevention". "We are informed," he said.