Anti-COVID-19 mass vaccination

Roberto Jiménez Peña arrived very early at the medical office to the health area of the Guillermo Tejas polyclinic. He brought with him many certainties and an unshakable trust in "Abdala", our vaccine, that of all Cubans. On the one hand, his wife Yolanda Labrada Rivero; on the other, his daughter Yoliannis Jiménez Labrada complemented his happiness.

Nurse Madelín Ávila, participating in mass vaccination in Las Tunas

Her tears flow from her alert eyes despite her attempts to hide them; sweat rushes down her forehead, and then a smile lights up her face behind the mask. She is loquacious and confident in her performance. She is there, standing, in the trench of every day, the Medical Office 16, located in Constituency 27 of the Popular Council 4; but, today, the atmosphere seems hopeful. She is the nurse Madelín Ávila, who puts a dose of "Abdala" on the shoulders of her patients.

Massive vaccination with "Abdala."

In the midst of the current surge of COVID-19, "Abdala" represents the greatest hope for Las Tunas inhabitants, which has begun to receive the vaccine this Thursday, as part of the massive immunization campaign for the population over 19 years of age in the provincial capital, the epicenter of the pandemic here.

Abdala anti-COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Las Tunas

More than 162,300 doses of the Abdala anti-COVID-19 vaccine arrived this Wednesday at the warehouses of the Wholesale Marketing and Distribution of Medicines (EMCOMED) base business unit in Las Tunas, for its administration to the population older than 19 years, as part of the massive immunization in the provincial capital.

COVID-19 surge in municipality of Colombia

It could be thought that the COVID-19 was cruel to the inhabitants of the Santa Lucía district, located on the edge of the road that connects the municipality of Colombia and that of Guáimaro (Camagüey); or that bad luck haunted them, but it was not like that.