COVID-19 in Las Tunas

I have a friend who is fighting for his life, right now, in the intensive care unit, coupled to a lung ventilator. My nephew is four months old and I have not seen him yet; his name is Thiago and I see him grow up, beautiful, from the photos on social media.

A good part of the current ideological struggle has social media as the theater of operations.

I just permanently removed an old acquaintance from my social media contacts. Personally, he did not offend me, nor did he harm me, nor did he attack me, nor did he denounce me as anything. I did it because he disturbed me by the brain mutation that he has suffered since he went "there." Now, it turns out that he is alarmed by the fates of Cuba, he calls its leaders dictators and - God forbid! -, he assures that this untamed and rebellious island will not be free until the Americans invade it.

UN voting result

On the screen of the neat and semi-deserted hall of the United Nations General Assembly, due to the pandemic, the result of the vote on the resolution presented by Cuba was projected, condemning the economic blockade that had been imposed for more than six decades by the United States: 184 in favor, two against and three abstentions.

Tree pruning is essential to prevent risks during the hurricane season.

A severe local storm toppled trees, affected electricity, and caused visible damage to the environment in several municipalities in Havana. This happened on Wednesday, June 16, but in 2008, on September 7, Hurricane Ike wiped out the forest for Las Tunas inhabitants, and more than 80 thousand homes were damaged in some way.

José Martí Plaza

I heard the Doctor of Sciences Pedro Pablo Rodríguez say, in the middle of a conference, that it is a shame that José Martí and the essence of his thought are on debate only on the dates associated with his passage through this world.