HAVANA, Cuba, Sep 10 (ACN) Cuba has been and continues being a secure destination for tourists from all over the world, including Canadians, said Thursday Josefina Vidal, Cuban ambassador to the northern country.
Speaking in Ottawa, Canadian capital, Vidal insisted that traditionally visitors from that country have demonstrated their preference for an island that offers them not only natural beauty, a rich culture and a warm and welcoming people, but also security.
The diplomat made reference to the article published on Tuesday, September 8, by the magazine JAMA Neurology, under the title "Neurological damages in a patient who returned from Cuba" and which was aired by the television station CTV News on the same date.
This article refers to health symptoms reported by a person more than a year ago and about which JAMA is developing an isolated study, with a theory similar to others already driven around possible poisoning from pesticide exposure, Vidal stressed.
The Cuban diplomat emphasized that the Canadians have just ratified their trust in Cuba, which has begun to receive them again from this September in the keys to the north of the country, in authorized facilities and with strict hygienic-sanitary measures applied in front of COVID-19.