Cuba is one of the few countries where active research efforts, from the primary level of care, have contributed to controlling and reducing the impact of epidemiological events of any kind.
An apparent tranquility is perceived when arriving at the Centro Mixto Máximo Gómez Báez, in Camagüey; Anyone would say that, like other educational centers, activities stop there, however, in the Red Zone of the Isolation Center that they host, the vigilance of doctors, teachers and service personnel lays, behind the goal of putting a brake on the Covid-19 pandemic.
In Guáimaro, that "sacred little town of the Homeland", according to José Martí, the women from Camaguey, on behalf of the Cubans, paid tribute to the patriot Ana Betancourt de Mora, who died on February 7, 1901, during her exile in Madrid.
Camagüey, known as the City of the Tinajones, maintains a permanent charm in spite of its 507 years; the magic of its cobbled streets and its capricious medieval layout make it unique among the towns founded by the Spanish in Cuba.
Today, the first newspaper founded in the heat of the Revolution reaches 62 years of its foundation. Some of its founders have been celebrating for almost the same amount of time; others, newer, assume with great dignity the historical responsibility of writing their pages. Thus, filled with courage, commitment and professionalism, Adelante weekly newspaper keeps leading with digital representation and now, in full color.
At the height of 1959, with the resources and methods of that time, to make more than 700 thousand people literate, who as a consequence of the policies and politicians lived in total ignorance, seemed an impossible feat. However, Cuba did it ... the Revolution did it. Just two years and 11 months after the triumph of January 1, Fidel announced to the world the news that the largest of the Antilles was the first territory in Latin America free of illiteracy.
Even the pain endures, time cannot erase the wounds of a loved one. This December 7 marks the 31st anniversary of the return to the homeland of the mortal remains of those who, in the performance of their duty, lost their lives on the African continent.
The Camagüey Cardiovascular Care Center celebrates its 20 years this November 15, with constant learning and excellence in service, ensured by 17 highly prestigious specialists and 16 residents of the specialty of Cardiology, all in close relationship with the patients.
The streets of Camagüey once again were filled with the students who face the 2020-2021 school year.
The government program Somos Continuidad arrived this Sunday in Los Pilones, a rural community of Sierra de Cubitas, in Camagüey. Located about 30 kilometers from the municipal seat, the town maintains agriculture as its main source of income, as well as a point of sale for Commerce and Gastronomy. The highest authorities of the province arrived there to dialogue with the residents about the most pressing issues for that territory.
Built in more than five centuries, with the native, Spanish, African, Asian or European contribution, Cuban culture is the sum and synthesis of multi-ethnic legacies that make it a very special composition.
The 73 victims of the terrorist attack committed on October 6, 1976 against a Cubana de Aviación plane off the coast of Barbados - whose perpetrators were never prosecuted for the crime - will be remembered, perpetually, by current and future generations.