President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, urged Cubans to continue working relentlessly in the confrontation of COVID-19.  
"The measures are producing results, but we cannot be confident, we have not yet entered the most critical moment," he said as he led Monday the daily meeting to check the situation with the new coronavirus on the island and the plan for its containment....


Cuba has enough human resources to cope with Covid-19, as well as to provide assistance abroad, Public Health (MINSAP) Minister Jose Angel Portal said.
Cuba has 95,000 physicians, 84,000 nurses and a ratio of nine doctors per every 1,000 people; in summary, that means enough availability to help whoever needs it as well, the minister told a press conference on Saturday.


The Government of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) requested the medical aid of 30 Cuban health professionals so as to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, local press media reported today.
As reported by the Daily News newspaper, Prime Minister Andrew Fahie announced the request for Cuban doctors through the Ministry of Health and the Secretariat for International Affairs, through the...


Cuba has sufficient human resources to face the Covid-19 as well as to assist other countries, Minister of Public Health (MINSAP) of the Caribbean nation, Jose Angel Portal says.
The country has 95,000 doctors, 84,000 nurses, and an indicator of nine doctors per every thousand inhabitants. In total numbers, this represents enough availability of medical personnel to, besides,...


Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel condemned Thursday the accusations and lies launched by the U.S. government against Cuban medical collaboration abroad.
In a tweet, the President described the work of Cuban professionals as a work of high morale, called the White House a vulgar and arrogant empire and shared in his tweet a protest note of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the...