Cuba reports 875 cases of Covid-19 and 926 hospital discharges

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Cuba reports 875 cases of Covid-19 and 926 hospital discharges

Havana, February 26, 2021.- Cuba reported on Friday 875 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 for a  total of 48,441 infections to date.

In his televised briefing, the national director of Epidemiology, Francisco Durán, in his televised briefing, described as positive the balance in terms of new infections and hospital discharges of the last 24 hours.

President of Cuba congratulates Saint Lucia on the occasion of its Independence Anniversary.

Santa Lucia

The President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel Diaz Canel sent two messages of congratulations for the 42nd anniversary of Saint Lucia's independence to His Excellency, the Governor General, Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac and to the Honorable Prime Minister Allen Chastanet.

Cuba reports 937 new COVID-19 cases

Cuba reports 937 new COVID-19 cases

Cuba reports 937 new COVID-19 cases

Havana, February 16, 2021.- Cuba reported 937 new infections of COVID-19 and five deaths. The island accumulates 39 941 positives and 274 deaths since March 2020. There were 940 medical discharges.

In his national televised briefing on Tuesday, Dr. Francisco Durán García, the island’s Chief Epidemiologist, said that on Monday, 16,274 samples were processed to diagnose COVID-19 in the 21 laboratories of the country.

Cuba reports 715 new COVID-19 cases

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Cuba reports 715 new COVID-19 cases

Havana, February 15 -- Cuba reported 715 new infections of COVID-19 and three deaths. The island accumulates 39 004 positives and 269 deaths since March 2020. There were  609 medical discharges.

In his national televised briefing on Monday, Dr. Francisco Durán García, the island’s Chief Epidemiologist, said that on Sunday, 17,807 samples were processed for the diagnosis of COVID-19 in the 21 laboratories of the country.

Statement Demanding Cuba to be Removed from the US List of State Sponsor of Terrorism

Central Committee Communist Party of India (Marxist)

The Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) condemns the Trump administration’s decision to designate Cuba as a ‘State sponsor of terrorism’. It demands the Biden administration to immediately reverse this categorisation, which is far from truth. On the contrary, Cuba, in these times of pandemic was actively engaged in saving human lives by sending its medical personnel to far off lands. Cuba is lauded by the people all over the world for its yeoman services in providing humanitarian assistance.

Cuba reports five fatalities and 858 new COVID-19 infections

Cuba reports five fatalities and 858 new COVID-19 infections

Cuba reports five fatalities and 858 new COVID-19 infections

Havana, Havana, Feb 10 (RHC) The national director of Epidemiology of the Cuban Ministry of Public Health, Dr. Francisco Durán, reported on Wednesday five deaths and 858 new infections of Covid-19 during the last 24 hours.

This update brings the total number of diagnoses to 34,922 and 249 deaths since the beginning of the epidemic in the country.

Cuba acknowledges UNDP´s support for the fight against COVID-19

Cuba acknowledges UNDP´s support for the fight against COVID-19

Cuba acknowledges UNDP´s support for the fight against COVID-19

New York, 2 February 2021. Cuba participated today at the debate of the segment dedicated to the United Nations Development Programme of the first regular session of the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board (United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Fund for Population Activities and United Nations Office for Project Services, respectively).

Gambian Minister of Health reiterates gratitude to Cuba for its supportive cooperation

Gambian Minister of Health reiterates gratitude to Cuba for its supportive cooperation

The Gambian Minister of Health, Dr. Ahmadou Lamin Samateh, reiterated today his gratitude to Cuba for the solidarity it provides to the people of this West African nation, in a meeting with the Caribbean island’s ambassador here, Rubén G. Abelenda. The holder stands out the humanitarian work carried out by the Cuban Medical Brigade (BMC) in caring for populations in the different regions of his country, and expressed his gratitude for the recent granting of two free scholarships to young Gambian doctors to study specialties in the Greater of the Antilles.