Artemisa, Cuba - This first week of March, the province of Artemisa reports 201 positive cases for COVID-19, of which 2 are imported (1 from Güira de Melena and 1 from San Antonio de los Baños) and 199 autochthonous.
That is why at the end of a bad year and starting another similar one, I am pleased to believe that when days go by, COVID-19 not only leaves us a negative impact. In this pandemic year, the virus has also brought good things.
During the last days (February 26 - March 4), the Artemisa province does not report any imported cases.
Artemisa, Cuba - With the presence of Gladys Martínez Verdecia, President of the Artemisa Provincial Defense Council, took place the usual meeting in the capital city to confront and control COVID-19.
Nelly Cabezas Velazco speaks with pride of the group that she leads as president of the National Association of Innovators and Rationalizers (ANIR) at Rubén Martínez Villena textile factory, known as ALQUITEX.
Numbers don't always speak. Numbers can hide colossal efforts. They do not know of early mornings, tiredness and determination. They do not know about small women with huge strength. That's why this story is not about fulfilled plans but about people who never gave up to achieve it.
Havana - Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Sunday congratulated a group of Cuban artists and intellectuals who were awarded the Alejo Carpentier Medal for their contributions to national culture.Read More
Geneva - Cuba denounced Thursday at the 46th regular session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva that its enemies are using culture as a weapon to try to subvert the country’s internal order.Read More
Havana, March 2 (RHC)-- Singer-songwriter Raúl Torres has released a new tune entitled “Patria o Muerte por la Vida” (Homeland or Death for Life), a patriotic song in response to a group of musicians of Cuban origin, who have used their art and their voice to attack their homeland.Read More