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.
Ottawa, Aug 23 (Prensa Latina) The Canadian Postal Workers Union (CUPW) supports the call to award the Nobel Peace Prize to Cuban doctors, highlighting the humanitarian work of the island's medical brigades.
The organization, made up of over 55 thousand members, highlighted in a statement that for six decades the medical brigades of the Antillean nation have provided care to some of the most marginalized, with an altruistic humanity.
In particular, the CUPW recognized the Henry Reeve International Contingent of Doctors Specialized in Disaster Situations and Serious Epidemics, created in 2005 by the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro.
Toronto, July 28, 2020.- In view of the evolution of the epidemiological situation by COVID19 in the province of Ontario and the adoption of measures by the provincial government to resume a group of activities, the General Consulate of Cuba in Toronto informs that, starting Tuesday, August 4, in-person consular procedures will be gradually resumed, by the prior appointment of those interested.