Experts and technicians from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA) in Camagüey conducted a preliminary assessment of the environmental impacts caused by Hurricane Irma in the north and south coastal areas of the territory
During these days, with lack of water and electricity in many of the Cuban’s homes because of the passage of Hurricane Irma, we appeal to the “Rules of Gold” of the OMS for the hygienic preparation of the food
After the devastation caused by powerful hurricane Irma that affected almost all of Cuba, most hospitals in Havana already have power, said Dr. Reynol García Moreiro, director of Public Health in Havana
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