Granma journalist and photographer capture the events on site to tell the story of a historic humanitarian effort.
A Granma journalist and photographer capture the events onsite to tell the story of a historic humanitarian effort, as Cuba mobilizes to transport over 600 passengers and crew members on the cruise ship MS Braemar, from the port of Mariel, west of Havana, to José MartÍ International Airport, following all recommendations of the World Health Organization regarding Covid-19.
All 28,268 members of Cuba’s 61 medical brigades working abroad are free of the coronavirus, reports Dr. Jorge Hidalgo Bustillo, director of the Medical Collaboration Central Unit.
For those who love their family members and their compatriots, the spreading Covid-19 pandemic is cause for alarm, given the risk faced by the more than 28,000 Cuban health workers serving on missions around the world.
But it seems that their solidarity and internationalist vocation has been, thus far, a moral repellent.
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Dublin, March 2, 2020. The Cuban Ambassador to Ireland, Hugo René Ramos Milanés held a fraternal working meeting with representatives of the various organizations that make up the Irish solidarity movement with Cuba, including: Cuba Support Group, SIPTU, UNITE, Workers´ Party, Communist Party of Ireland and Sinn Féin.