When Cuba’s President attends the World Leaders’ Summit of the International Labor Organization, July 8, he will discuss the 36 government measures taken to address labor, wages and social security during the pandemic.
As coronavirus cases soar in the US, Brazil and other countries in the Americas, some countries have found strategies to contain the virus and limit deaths, as the case of Cuba.
Cuba’s first coral nursery, designed to help the country repopulate its reefs, some of the most pristine in the Caribbean, and make them more resilient in the face of global threats like warming waters, overfishing and coral diseases.
The second phase of COVID-19 pandemic recovery stage will begin in Cienfuegos from July 3, the government’s temporary working group established to confront the largest health emergency in recent years, reported on Wednesday afternoon
The International Peoples´ Assembly (AIP) called to sign and spread the petition for the Nobel Peace Prize Committee to grant this award in 2021 to the Cuban Medical Brigade Henry Reeve.
The Minister of Health of Andorra, Joan Martnez Benazet, has praised the work of the Cuban medical brigade that worked for three months in this European country in the fight against the SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus and returns this Wednesday to the Caribbean nation
The University of Havana, has just entered the select group of the best 500 universities in the world, according to the World Ranking of Universities QS 2021 that reveals the best 1,000 higher education institutions around the world nowadays.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel spoke on Wednesday during the High Level Conference on Economy, Finance and Trade in the framework of the COVID-19, convened by the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of America-Treaty of Commerce (ALBA-TCP).
The Cuban Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) raised the total number of cases confirmed with COVID-19 to 2,092, having added nine new cases, with 83 deaths registered
The United States totals 106,923 deaths and 1,859,174 cases of the novel SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, while Brazil reached 30,000 and 526,477, respectively, according to Worldometer.
Cancer patients face specific circumstances that may place them at higher risk for severe COVID-19 symptoms.COVID-19 mortality in cancer patients was 13%, more than twice the mortality reported as the global average