Joe Biden, US President, signed legislation last week to support victims who suffer from nausea, memory loss, headaches or both.
Madrid (European media).- The U.S. government confirmed more than 12 people associated with the embassy of Colombia have symptoms known as the “Havana Syndrome”, referring to the first detection of an attack in Cuba’s capital.
Cuba was the origin of the dispute at 2016’s end. In the years since, victims have been also found in Russia and China. Last week, Joe Biden, the US President signed legislation to help victims of nausea, memory loss and headaches.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Colombia has been added to the list of countries with more than 12 affected nations, including family members and embassy officials. CNN reports that some individuals with the “Havana syndrome”, including a family of minors, have been evacuated out of Colombia.
Anthony Brinken, the US Secretary of State, plans to visit Colombia next Wednesday. However, his department does not currently comment on the most recent information. Spokesperson Ned Price stated that health for overseas personnel is the government’s priority and insisted on keeping the privacy of those who are affected by these “abnormal” incidents.