Thousands of people across Britain and beyond have called for the Nobel Peace Prize to be awarded to Cuba’s International Medical Brigades for their heroic acts of solidarity in combating Covid-19 across the world.Sigue leyendo
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With the arrival of a Swift Airlines plane at Terminal 2 of the José Martí International Airport in Havana, regular commercial flights officially resumed on Sunday at the country’s main airfield, following strict biosafety regulations.Sigue leyendo
Havana, real and wonderful capital of Cuba, is celebrating today the 501th anniversary of its foundation amid the fight against Covid-19 and making progress for the new normal life.Sigue leyendo
The inclusion of Fincimex on the U.S. State Department’s list of restricted Cuban entities last June, as well as the Treasury Department’s modifications to regulations for the control of Cuban assets announced on Friday, October 23, will prevent remittances to Cuba through U.S. companies with general licenses, directly harming the Cuban people and their relatives in the United States.Sigue leyendo
British newspaper MORNING STAR highlights Cuba’s international cooperation in the fight against Covid-19. “When it comes to international cooperation, Cuba shows the way”, Paula Barker MP said.(Photo+Video)
Photo from internet. Cuban Medical Brigade Henry Reeve.
From: Morning Star.
By: Paula Barker MP.
While the world is suffering through the coronavirus pandemic, it has been truly inspirational to watch how the small island of Cuba has used its experience and professionalism to assist other countries in the fight against Covid-19.
The virus affects people regardless of their nationality, and Cuba has shown just how countries that are able can help those who need assistance.
Photo from Internet/Medea Benjamin, co-founder of CODEPINK.
Medea, first I would like to talk to you about your recent article in Jacobin We Should Applaud the Cuban Health System — and Learn From It. Could you please explain why you wrote it.
We are in the middle of a pandemic where the United States has the worst example of how to deal with this. It’s spreading. We don’t have a public healthcare system that’s capable of dealing with this in a unified fashion. And yet 90 miles from Florida is a tiny island that has been able to deal with the pandemic, cut it way down.