LISBON, Portugal (AP) — A German military medical team has arrived in Lisbon to help Portugal cope with a pandemic surge that has made it the world’s worst-hit country by size of population. The 26-strong German team includes eight doctors and 18 nurses. Portuguese Health Minister Marta Temido said Wednesday they would be deployed at an intensive care unit at Lisbon’s Hospital da Luz. Temido said the deployment addresses an acute problem in Portugal: a shortage of human resources in the public health system. Services have been stretched to the limit after a January spike fueled by a fast-spreading COVID-19 variant first identified in England.