Cuba in Guyana

IMPORTANT NOTICE

TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SITUATION DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND WITH THE AIM OF PRESERVING THE HEALTH OF THE PEOPLE WHO COME TO THE CONSULATE AND THE PERSONNEL WHO WORKS THEREIN, FROM THE 1/4/2020 THE FOLLOWING MEASURES WILL BE TAKEN:

1.- PEOPLE WILL BE ATTENDED BY APPOINTMENT PRIOR TO REQUEST THROUGH THE TELEPHONE: 592 225 1881

Information note on measures taken by Cuban Consulates due to the spread of Covid-19

Havana, March 19, 2020.- Given the serious international epidemiological situation due to the high level of spread of the new Coronavirus (SARS CoV 2 / Covid-19), and its accelerated expansion, the Cuban Consulates abroad have adopted measures, aimed at protecting Cuban nationals who request services and Cuban officials who work in our country's consular offices abroad from possible contagion. Temporarily, the following measures will come into effect from this Thursday, March 19:

Statement by the Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, at the CELAC Virtual Ministerial Meeting on Health Issues for Containment and Follow-up of COVID-19

Excellencies:

We thank Mexico, President Pro Tempore of CELAC, for convening this meeting to discuss the necessary regional response to COVID-19, a disease that has quickly become a threat to all of our peoples.

We are pleased that the Pan American Health Organization is joining us in this regard.

We also thank the authorities of the People's Republic of China for sharing their best practices, as a reliable example of the cooperation that has distinguished the CELAC-China Forum.

The Government of Guyana ratifies the interest of expanding and strengthening Cuba's Cooperation in the Public Health sector.


Georgetown, February 9, 2020. From February 7 to 9, a delegation from the Ministry of Public Health of Cuba, chaired by Vice Minister Dr. Alfredo González Lorenzo, made a working visit to the Cooperative Republic of Guyana and also integrated by Dr. Michelle Santana Iglesias, Head of the Department of International Cooperation of the Central Unit of Medical Cooperation.

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