The Havana's Prosecutor Office cited this week the organizers of the opposition march and reiterated that the march had not been authorized and was declared illegal. Authorities stated that if the march took place, promoters, and participants would be violating the Cuban Constitution and potentially facing criminal charges.Full Story
In a letter sent October 15 to President Joe Biden, leaders of the World Council of Churches, ACT Alliance, the Cuban Council of Churches and other religious groups urged an end to the nearly 60-year blockade against the Cuban people.Full Story
To avoid COVID-19 contagions, only passengers will be allowed to enter terminals, and the use of masks will be compulsory for both carriers and clients.
"A public enterprise will produce the Abdala vaccine, and we are already in the planning process," said President Maduro.
French solidarity organizations loaded this week a container with medical equipment and materials to support Cuba, a donation that will arrive to the island in November, said Jean-Michel Gramond, one of the promoters of the initiative, on Thursday.
Playwright Yunior Garcia, one of the organizers of a march denied by Cuban authorities, was warned by the Attorney General's Office on Thursday of criminal consequences if he persists in carrying out the public protest.
Authorities will begin a campaign to immunize children over two years of age. Vaccination of the pediatric population, however, is not mandatory.
153 years after its first intonation, the National Anthem vibrated this Wednesday under the aegis of one of Cuba's largest flags that presided over the ceremony for the Day of National Culture.
Cuba's invitation to Mexico to be guest of honor at the International Book Fair in 2022 was accepted today by that country, according to Alejandra Frausto, Secretary of Culture of the Government of Mexico, as announced on Twitter.
Cuba will eliminate the mandatory quarantine for travelers coming from abroad starting next November 7.
In an article by key opinion leaders, the authors considered that the fast development and deployment of mRNA vaccines and adenovirus vectors against the disease continues to astound the global scientific community.