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10 February, 2021 UNIDO highlights development of Cuban anti-COVID-19 vaccines

The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) highlighted Cuba science’s ability to develop four anti-COVID-19 vaccine candidates, among them Soberana 02, soon to enter Phase III trials and bound to be the first Latin American vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

9 February, 2021 Cuba: growing number of children are reported with COVID-19

Protecting children, adolescents, pregnant women and other vulnerable groups from COVID-19 infection is everyone’s responsibility, from the government and medical personnel, but it is, first and foremost, the responsibility of the Cuban family.

8 January, 2021 Cuba will administer Nasalferon to travelers and families

Cuba will start administering Nasalferon, a drug produced by the country’s biotechnology industry, to travelers and their relatives in order to prevent the replication of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, and strengthen their immune system.

6 January, 2021 Cuba ratifies solidarity policy in Covid-19 times

Cuba collaborated with 75 countries amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and received donations from 27 nations in accordance with its principles of solidarity, the country’s Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, acknowledged on Tuesday.

30 December, 2020 US blockade and its impact on Cuban development

The siege imposed by the United States against Cuba closes 2020 as one of the periods of greatest pressure for the development of the Caribbean nation, under the administration of Republican Donald Trump.