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Arif Alvi, president of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, expressed on Friday his country's interest in promoting cooperation with Cuba in the areas of trade, economy, health and culture.

The individual responsibility and that of the families of travelers arriving from abroad and other persons linked to the partners, is the key to drastically reduce the COVID-19 infections in the third outbreak of the epidemic, which reported this Thursday a transmission peak.

Deconcentrating product sales points to avoid crowding and resuming the participation of medical science students in carrying out population surveys are some of the measures proposed to the Provincial Defense Council (CDP) to control the increase in positive cases of COVID-19 in Havana.

Miguel Diaz-Canel, president of Cuba, regretted today the loss of human life and the violent acts that occurred yesterday during the attack against the United States Congress, based in the US Capitol, in Washington DC.

 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba (MINREX) announced today the death of Ambassador Rodolfo Reyes Rodríguez, who was serving as General Director of Multilateral Affairs and International Law in the institution.

Cuban scientific personalities and the French embassy in this capital city paid homage today, on the 118th anniversary of his birth, to the renowned French scientist André Marcel Voisin (1903-1964), described by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro as an apostle of man's health, for his transcendental work.

Cuban President, Miguel Díaz-Canel, held a meeting with students from the Technological University of Havana "José Antonio Echeverría" (CUJAE) who worked on the confrontation with COVID-19 in hospitals and isolation centers.

Despite the difficulties, 2020 was a fruitful year for the optimization of connectivity services in the country, the infrastructure for 4G grew and the users of services such as electronic commerce increased, the Ministry of Communications (MINCOM) highlights today on Twitter.

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