The eighth month of the year has proved to be the third most dangerous for Cuba during the cyclonic season in the geographical area of the tropical Atlantic Ocean, including the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea.
Dozens of regulations published so far in 2021 in the Official Gazette of the Republic, most of them already in force, are an expression of the economic and social transformations taking place in Cuba despite the pandemic, the world crisis and the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States, full of treachery and ruthlessness.
Understanding in its full dimension how COVID-19 behaves and how much damage it can cause to a person is essential to establish the best treatment, both in the clinical stage and during convalescence.
The intense rains associated with Hurricane Ida will not only mean substantial increases in accumulated rainfall in the country, but also more volumes of water retained in reservoirs and subway basins, one of the few positive aspects of meteorological phenomena, especially when long droughts have prevailed.
Located in the northwestern Caribbean Sea and south of the island of Cuba, Cayo Largo del Sur, tourist destination under the jurisdiction of the Isle of Youth, is hit by heavy rains and winds of up to 55 kilometers per hour, associated with tropical storm Ida, the ninth storm of the current hurricane season.