Rosa Miriam Elizalde Zorrilla—journalist and researcher, First Vice President of the Union of Journalists of Cuba, assistant professor at the University of Havana and the International Institute of Journalism "José Martí," among many other tasks that occupy almost every hour of every day of her life—has been awarded the José Martí National Journalism Award (2021) for Life's Work, the highest individual recognition granted by the organization to professionals of recognized prestige and contribution to Cuban journalism.Full Story
Mobile browsing represents 64.1 percent of web traffic on this Caribbean island where 6.6 million people have cell phone services.Full Story
Turks and Caicos recognized the humanitarian commitment of health workers who have contributed to containing the pandemic in their territory.
President Joe Biden continues in the footsteps of former President Clinton, renovating a decades-old confrontation policy with the Caribbean island.
The vaccine candidates against COVID-19, Soberana 02 and Abdala, will begin Phase III clinical trials next March after both immunogens demonstrated their safety without significant adverse events during the first studies in volunteers.
The Cuban president referred to the process known as the War of '95, or Necessary War, initiated on February 24, 1895.
The beaches of Cayo Santa María, located in the central-northern part of the Cuban archipelago, were ranked today as the second-best beaches in the world, according to a list published by the travel portal TripAdvisor.
Cuba's foreign minister stressed that, despite the blockade, his country has been able to confront the pandemic and support other countries.
Health authorities will use the new vaccine batch during the Phase III of clinical trials, which will include thousands of Cubans and volunteers abroad.
Cuba's Soberana 02 vaccine could be the subject of clinical trials in Mexico, where phase III tests of the Caribbean drug will be carried out, local press reported today.
With the construction of four molecular biology laboratories in Las Tunas, Sancti Spíritus, Granma, and Isla de la Juventud, Cuba is expanding its capacity to process PCR tests for the early detection of SARS-CoV-2 positive cases.