Etiqueta: José Ángel Portal
30 May, 2020
Don’t Be Complacent to COVID-19
“The measures and unity of all in Cuba is a real sign of the strength distinguishing us, and allows us to speak, although without being complacent, of a favorable behavior of COVID-19 in the country,” Minister of Public Health Jose Angel Portal said.
23 May, 2020
At COVID-19, Keeping Measures and Not Being Complacent
“Cuba continues in the most favorable scenario of confrontation with COVID -19, and if we do things right we must not go back, hence the importance of maintaining hygiene measures and social estrangement,” the Minister of Public Health, Jose Angel Portal said in the Roundtable TV program.
28 April, 2020
Covid-19 with Severe Impact on Economy
Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment Rodrigo Malmierca, highlighted Cuba will not give up its right to economic and social development, and that we must work with optimism, but at the same time be realistic and be prepared for complex situations.
9 April, 2020
Covid-19; Be Responsible and Stay Home
The Minister of Public Health, Dr. Jose Angel Portal, reported that at the close yesterday, 61 new patients were confirmed with Covid-19, for a cumulative 457 positive cases, and announced the unfortunate death of a Cuban woman.
26 March, 2020
Cuba Has a Prevention Plan Involving All
To face Covid-19 we have in Cuba a well-conceived Prevention and Control Plan, we work as a team, and we observe the best international experiences, he Minister of Public Health, Jose Angel Portal said in the Round Table TV program.
6 March, 2020
At Villa Clara Regional Meeting to Prevent Covid-19
Chaired by Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, representatives of the central provinces, Matanzas, Sancti Spiritus, Cienfuegos, Ciego de Avila y Villa Clara a regional meeting is held to evaluate the implementation of the strategy on the plan of measures for the prevention and control of the new Coronavirus.
19 November, 2019
In Cuba First Group of Health Collaborators from Ecuador
With satisfaction of the work done, the first group of health collaborators who fulfilled a solidarity mission in Ecuador, arrived in Havana after the government of that country terminated and did not renew six specific cooperation agreements.