Cuban Ambassador Josefina Vidal reaffirms that Canadians are safe in Cuba.

Ottawa, September 9, 2020.- Regarding the article published on Tuesday, September 8 by JAMA Neurology, entitled “Neurological Impairments in a Patient Returning from Cuba”, on which CTV News informed on the same date, the Cuban Ambassador to Canada, Josefina Vidal, clarifies that this text refers to health symptoms reported by a person more than a year ago, and on which the JAMA journal is publishing an isolated study in advance with a theory similar to others that have already been considered about a possible intoxication from exposure to pesticides.

Cuba has been and continues to be a safe destination for tourists from all over the world, including Canadians, who have historically shown their preference for an island that offers them, not only natural beauties, a rich culture and a warm and welcoming people, but safety.

Canadians have just ratified their confidence in the Cuban destination, which has begun to receive them again starting this September in the keys to the north of the country, in certified facilities and with strict hygienic-sanitary measures in force against COVID-19.

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