Cuba in UN

Cuba's Covid-19 epidemiological situation described as stable

Havana, 22 October 2021. Cuba's Ministry of Public Health on Friday described the country's situation regarding the results in the fight against Covid-19 as stable.

'The indicators are stable; we are in a sort of plateau,' National Director of Epidemiology, Dr. Francisco Duran, said at his daily briefing broadcast on radio and television.

Cuba has administered over 25 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines

Havana, 22 October 2021. Cuba has administered over 25 million doses of domestic Covid-19 vaccines less than six months after the beginning of the mass vaccination campaign, an official source reported on Friday.

Cuba has fully vaccinated 61.6 percent of its population (slightly over 11,180,000), the National Director of Epidemiology at the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP), Dr. Francisco Duran, said at his daily briefing broadcast on the radio and television.

More than a million children in Cuba with two anti-Covid-19 doses

Havana, 21 October 2021. The Cuban Finlay Vaccine Institute reported on its twitter account today that more than one million Cuban children, from 2 to 18 years old, have received two doses of Soberana02, showing its high level of safety.

Granma newspaper reported Thursday that the Phase II clinical trial project Soberana Plus Pediatrics, for Covid-19 convalescents, finished in the Cuban province of Cienfuegos, located about 245 kilometers southeast of Havana.

Cuba expressed its solidarity with territories that remain under colonial occupation around the world

New York, 20 October 2021..Cuba participated today in the General Debate of the Fourth Committee of the United Nations, where Ambassador Yusnier Romero Puentes, deputy permanent representative of Cuba to the United Nations, highlighted that 61 years after the approval of the historic Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, adopted by the General Assembly through its resolution