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Reparto Eléctrico: causeways, mounds of garbage, spillage, and zero cultural life JORGE ENRIQUE RODRÍGUEZ | La Habana | 18 de Mayo de 2017 – 12:38 CEST. The Consejo Popular Eléctrico, in the Havana municipality of Arroyo Naranjo, is another example of a “marginalized neighborhood” stemming from the Government’s erroneous practices with regards to socio-cultural and […] Continue reading
Zika, cancer focus of new U.S., Cuba accord on public health Accord is the 8th between the two countries since relations reestablished. Topics include battling Zika-carrying mosquitoes, winning FDA approval for Cuban cancer drug. BY FRANCO ORDOÑEZ fordonez@mcclatchydc.com WASHINGTON Cuba and the United States signed a public health agreement Monday promising to work together in […] Continue reading
Why Military Service Should Be Abolished in Cuba / Iván García Ivan Garcia, 23 April 2016 — They work as a pair. Raciel, a black man almost six feet tall, with long arms and legs and a pock-marked complexion, is in charge of the fumigation equipment, while Yilsander, a light-skinned, pudgy man, carries a black […] Continue reading
Cuba reports more Zika virus cases Source: Xinhua 2016-04-14 05:05:33 HAVANA, April 13 (Xinhua) — A Cuban arriving from Venezuela days ago has been confirmed as the ninth imported case, bringing the country’s total number of Zika virus infections to 10, Cuba’s Health Ministry announced Wednesday. The patient, who is from Havana, the national capital, […] Continue reading
CDC issues Zika virus travel notice for Cuba BY JESSICA PLAUTZ The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has added Cuba to its list of countries and territories where Zika virus is spreading after a local case was confirmed. The first case of local transmission of Zika virus in the country was confirmed Tuesday: State media […] Continue reading
Cuba reports first case of Zika contracted in the country HAVANA Cuba’s Health Ministry on Tuesday reported the first case of Zika contracted in the country, in a 21-year-old woman living in central Havana and who had not been overseas. Cuba’s four previous cases of Zika all involved people who had contracted the virus while […] Continue reading
Havanans Await Obama with Anticipation or Indifference / Iván García Posted on March 15, 2016 Ivan Garcia, 15 March 2016 — Sipping every now and then from a plastic bottle with murky spirits that brings tears to his eyes, Arsenio is trying to sell a collection of outdated junk and a handful of old magazines […] Continue reading
Raul Castro Calls For More Discipline In Combating The Mosquito That Transmits Zika / EFE, 14ymedio Posted on March 8, 2016 EFE / 14ymedio, Havana, 7 March 2016 – Cuban President Raul Castro urged an increase in discipline and acting “energetically” against the unfinished and “constant” hygiene campaign undertaken on the island to combat the […] Continue reading
Cuba intensifies fight to fend off Zika virus Source: Xinhua 2016-02-29 09:01:43 HAVANA, Feb. 28 (Xinhua) — The Cuban government on Sunday announced fresh measures to keep the Zika virus out of its borders. In an address to the nation, Cuban President Raul Castro called on “all Cubans to take on this fight as a […] Continue reading
Cuba Sending 9,000 Soldiers to Fight Zika Virus By ANDREA RODRIGUEZ AND MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN, ASSOCIATED PRESS HAVANA — Feb 22, 2016, 5:28 PM ET Cuban President Raul Castro announced Monday that he is dispatching 9,000 soldiers to help keep the Zika virus out of Cuba, calling on the entire country to fight the mosquito that […] Continue reading