Havana, Jul 28.- Persian authorities highlighted the cooperation between Iran and Cuba for the production of anti-Covid-19 drugs, amid sanctions imposed by the United States on both countries, the Finlay Vaccine Institute (IFV) reported today.
Havana, July 27.- Cuba accumulates 8,900,000 administered doses of Abdala and Soberana 02 vaccines, whose health intervention began last May, until the end of July 24.
Camagüey, Jul 26.- The work of the National Union of Communications, Information Technology and Electronics Workers has an impact on the strengthening of the state company, the progress of the implementation of the Ordinance Task and in sectors closely linked to the population, and Camagüey has a leading role in this action.
Havana, Jul 24.- Cuba participates in a meeting on Harmonization of the Monitoring Plans for Contaminants Present in Food, which will begin virtually with sessions on July 26, August 2, 3 and 31.
Havana, Jul 22.- The Cuban Telecommunications Company reported on its official channels that it will carry out compensation actions for mobile data users and with Nauta Hogar accounts.
Washington, Jul 21.- A study showed that performing cognitive activities can delay the onset of dementia associated with Alzheimer's by up to five years, a scientific source reported today.
Havana, Jul 20.- The developers of the virtual store TuEnvío reported this Monday that due to levels of congestion on the platform in recent days they had to adjust their schedules.
Washington, July 19 - The Surgeon General of the United States, Vivek Murthy, expressed concern about the rebound in the COVID-19 pandemic in the country, mainly among those who are not vaccinated.
Havana, July 17.- Specialists from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA) are investigating the possible fall of a meteorite in the vicinity of the Ramón de las Yaguas town, in the Santiago de Cuba province.
Havana, July 16 - The Cuban Academy of Sciences ratified its support for the Cuban Revolution, and repudiated the policy of blockade imposed by successive White House administrations, the media campaign against the Caribbean country and the attempts at internal subversion, promoted and funded by the United States government.