Etiqueta: Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez
30 May, 2020
Cuba, in 80 Days of Combat to COVID-19
Since last March 11 in Cuba, 2,005 cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed. Just 80 days after those first three patients detected, 161 patients with the new coronavirus are hospitalized in the island; 1,760 have their lives saved and 82 people are mourned.
28 May, 2020
A Downward Trend and Permanent Control
Although numbers continue to mark a decreasing trend in all COVID-19-related indicators in Cuba, the Government continues the daily check to the country’s epidemiological situation, under the premise of not neglecting for a second this frontal fight to the epidemic, which began at the beginning of March and in which the end point has not yet occurred.
23 May, 2020
Cuba Maintains Its Vitality amid COVID-19 Confrontation
Under the precept defended by the Cuban Government that nothing can hinder the effort to continue saving lives in the battle against COVID-19, the President of the Republic, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, and Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz continued this Friday to the usual meeting with the temporary working group to confront the new coronavirus, where it was confirmed that, despite the complex scenario and the measures taken, the country has maintained its vitality.
21 May, 2020
This Is No Time to Be Complacent in the Battle against COVID-19
In the midst of the favorable scenario by which the country continues to transit in its battle against Covid-19, the President of the Republic, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, and Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz led on Wednesday’s afternoon the meeting of the temporary working group to confront the new coronavirus, which emphasized the need to continue paying attention to all the details, because the success of the implemented actions depends to a large extent on its rigorous compliance.
16 May, 2020
In Front of COVID-19, More Disciplined than Ever in Cuba
In view of the real and encouraging fact of the downward trend in statistics related to Covid-19 in the country, the Cuban government reiterated this Friday the call to maintain discipline, today more than ever, and take responsibility for each of the measures taken to contain the expansion of a disease that has claimed in the world the lives of more than 296 thousand people.
14 May, 2020
To Lower Numbers, a Higher Perception of Risk
The news related to Covid-19 in Cuba was again stimulating last Wednesday, with the confirmation of only six cases, the lowest figure since the end of March. . 49 medical discharges granted in the day join to it: a favorable trend consolidating in the country and marks a crucial point in the confrontation with the pandemic.
12 May, 2020
Cuba: A Two-Month Battle Continues
This Monday, which marked two months of the first confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Cuba, confirmed the favorable trend of the latest dates, with 17 positive samples, 36 medical discharges in the day and no deceased: numbers that are the result of the battle of an entire country against an illness affecting four million people in the world and has killed more than 278 thousand.
5 May, 2020
To Continue Facing COVID-19 with Sense of Responsibility
The intense working day on Monday, which began in the Palace of the Revolution with the participation of President of the Republic Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, in the Online Summit level Meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement Contact Group under the theme of “United against COVID-19 pandemic”, had as a culmination the usual meeting of the temporary working group for the prevention and control of the new coronavirus, headed daily by the Head of State and the Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz.