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Monday 14 March 2022

Summary:

– Díaz-Canel praises Cuban press committed to justice

President Diaz-Canel greets the start of the new school year in Cuba

Cuban pressure for truth in the face of manipulation, foreign minister emerges

Russian Post suspends international shipments to Cuba

Cultural workers praise the work of the press in Cuba

Cuba recognizes the French scientist for supporting the creation of vaccines

Cuba reports 620 new cases of Covid-19

More than six million Cubans have received booster doses of anti-Covid-19

University of Sports closes classes against Cuban baseball boycott

– Cuba National Symphony holds a concert with young pianists

Diaz-Canel praises Cuban press committed to justice

Havana: The President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, today paid tribute to journalism committed to truth, justice, revolution and the people, as part of the celebration of Press Day on the island. Through his Twitter account, the President highlighted the 130th anniversary of the founding of the Patria National Champion.

President Diaz-Canel greets the start of the new school year in Cuba

Havana: The President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, today celebrated the start of the new school year 2021-2022 on the island, which has brought more than one million students back into the classroom. Today the streets are filled with children on their way to school. A new school year begins, the educational process continues, and the epidemic interrupts it. Thanks to Cuban vaccinations, classes are still open. Hug to all pioneers! “

Cuban foreign minister pushes for truth in the face of manipulation

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Havana: Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez today described the country’s press as courageous, committed and a defender of truth in the face of lies and manipulation. Through his Twitter account, the minister congratulated workers in the sector on the occasion of Al Jazeera’s Press Day.

Russian Post suspends international shipments to Cuba

Moscow: The Russian “TASS” news agency reported, in a statement today, that it has stopped accepting international shipments to Cuba due to the impossibility of carrying them out. At the end of February, Russia closed its airspace to 36 countries in response to a similar measure applied to its aircraft in the European Union region and others such as the United States and Canada, which limited travel.

Culture workers laud press work in Cuba

Havana: On the occasion of the celebration of Press Day, the National Confederation of Culture Workers of Cuba highlighted the work of the professional union that endorses the day of objectivity and impartiality as establishments. The Patria newspaper, established by the national hero of Cuba Jose Martí in New York on March 14, 1892, proposed the unwavering commitment of the Cuban press to journalistic truth and ethics. Two models of the written press, radio and television today, express a statement by the Secretary-General, Katia Rodriguez.

Cuba recognizes the French scientist for supporting the production of vaccines

PARIS: French scientist Françoise Keïta Paquet today received the Carlos J. Finlay Medal for her contribution to the creation of the Cuban sovereign vaccines against Covid-19, in a law presided over by Ambassador Otto Vaillant. The specialist from the Center for Molecular Biophysics in Orleans thanked this gesture, at a ceremony held in that city in the center of northwestern France, where he also chaired the Director General of the Finlay Vaccine Institute in Cuba, Vicente Ferrez; And the director of investigations for the same entity, Dagmar Garcia.

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Cuba reports 620 new cases of Covid-19

Havana. – Cuba today reported 620 new positive cases of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes Covid-19, thus the Caribbean country has accumulated a total of 77,405 infections since 2020. In a televised press conference, the National Director of Epidemiology, Francisco said Duran, that in the last week the confirmed numbers increased slightly with 3,829 as of Saturday, March 12th.

More than six million Cubans have received booster doses of anti-Covid-19

Havana: A total of 6,101,803 people in Cuba already have the fourth booster dose to fight COVID-19, a figure that represents 55.1 percent of the country’s population (about 11.3 million). With these numbers, the Caribbean country leads the world in the number of booster doses taken per population size, according to data as of March 13 from the Oxford University statistics website, Our World in Data.

University of Sports closes classes against Cuban baseball boycott

HAVANA: The Cuban Athletic League has condemned the numerous attempt to tarnish the island’s sporting environment, with the imminent creation of a group in the United States that today intends to delegitimize baseball in the Caribbean nation. Manuel “Piti” Fajardo High School has criticized on its official Facebook page the idea of ​​creating a professional footballers’ union, which among its founding goals is to attend the V World Classic of the line with a team of two players. abroad.

The National Symphony of Cuba presents a concert with young pianists

HAVANA: Cuba’s National Symphony Orchestra (OSN) announced today that it will give a concert next Sunday in the capital, with young pianists who have received awards in artistic education in the country as guests. According to the organizers, the program includes three famous piano concerts by composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Liszt and Sergey Rachmaninoff, performed by soloists Lisa Maria Blanco, Michael Perez and Aaron Perez.

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