Decree-Law No.35 on Telecommunications, information and communication technologies and the use of the radio-electric spectrum in Cuba, published this week in the Official Gazette, is the first high-ranking legal regulation of the country that presents a legal basis for the defense of national sovereignty and people in cyberspace.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez wrote on Twitter today that, 106 years after his physical disappearance, Finlay has been paid the most beautiful tribute by the heirs of his work with the encouraging results of the children's vaccine, in reference to the information provided by Vicente Vérez Bencomo, general director of the Finlay Vaccine Institute, on the promising preliminary results of the clinical trials with Soberana Pediatría.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez stressed today on Twitter that by next week almost one million more people in another 22 municipalities will be vaccinated with Abdala and Soberana, which means that more than three million Cubans will have received all the doses as our industry is working at full speed to produce the necessary quantities to immunize the entire population.
Cuba keeps in motion its anti-Covid-19 vaccination process and has administered 12,225,378 doses of the vaccine candidates Soberana 02 and Soberana Plus and of the national vaccine Abdala until August 16, according to the Ministry of Public Health.
To date, 4,854,330 Cubans have received at least one dose, whereas 4,323,115 of them have already received two and 3,047,933 all three of them.
Over 3,400 university students, young professors and professionals from various sectors have joined the Youth Social Work Brigades (BJTS), an initiative of the Young Communist League (UJC) intended to pinpoint people’s concerns to make improvements in their neighborhoods, based on visiting households to learn about their main problems and family life.
The Institute of Meteorology reports in its Tropical Cyclone Warning No. 14 that in the early morning tropical storm Grace has continued to intensify and now has maximum sustained winds of 100 km/h. Its minimum pressure has decreased to 998 hPa as it approached the Cayman Islands in the western Caribbean Sea and is still heading west, now at 26 km/h.