Cuba experts have developed the country’s first COVID-19 tracking app aimed at supporting efforts to stem the spread of the virus nationwide.... More

Havana, April 25 (RHC)-- The antiretroviral Kaletra, successful in curing cases of COVID-19, is being used in the Cuban treatment protocol.  It is producted in Cuba by the company MedSol Laboratories.... More

A safe drug, developed and produced in Cuba, to treat Covid-19 patients and as preventive medication for vulnerable population and at-risk groups

Biomodulina T does not prevent contagion with the new coronavirus, but rather helps stimulate the innate immunity of individuals, to improve their response in case of infection and reduce complications from the disease. ... More

Havana, April 15 (RHC)-- After one day without deaths in the country due to the new coronavirus, the Cuban government, headed by President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez and Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz, evaluated the measures adopted as part of the Prevention and Control Plan to deal with COVID-19.... More

Havana, April 14 (RHC)—The number of cases of COVID19 now stands at 766 after 40 new cases were diagnosed on Monday.... More

Participants at the Round Table TV progam on Cuba's biotech poroducts to fight COVID-19

Cuba is conducting a clinical trial for a vaccine developed with its own technology and aimed at activating the innate immune system to combat the new coronavirus SARS Cov-2, which causes COVID-19.... More

The Americas is home to 30% of the world’s nurses, or some 8.4 million people, of whom 87% are female. However, 87% of all nurses in the Region are concentrated in just three countries, which account for 57% of the total population.... More

Warning that cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have doubled in a week in the Region of the Americas, Pan American Health Organization Director Carissa F. Etienne has urged countries to take measures that protect health care workers to ensure they have access to the personal protective equipment and supplies they need to care for patients affected by the disease. ... More

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Thursday adopted a resolution on COVID-19, calling for "intensified" international cooperation to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic. Resolution 74/270 states that the 193-member UNGA notes "with great concern" the threat to human health, safety and well-being caused by COVID-19, which continues to spread globally.... More

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned against taking antimalarial drug chloroquine phosphate used to cure fish disease in aquariums as treatment against COVID-19.... More

The Health and Foreign Ministers of the Association of Caribbean States, the ACS, held their first extraordinary meeting of the regional bloc on COVID-19 earlier this week, during which the delegations proposed joint actions to confront the pandemic.... More

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a massive toll not just on health, but on so many parts of life.... More

The coronavirus pandemic that’s spread to nearly every country in the world is picking up pace, the World Health Organization says.... More

Havana, March 23 (RHC)-- Cuban health authorities have confirmed 5 new COVID-19 patients, for a total of 40 cases in the country. ... More

“Cuba has all the resources to treat patients from the moment they’re identified as suspected cases of the new coronavirus,” health authorities said Friday.... More