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The Cuban Ministry of Public Health (Minsap) showed its gratitude for the delivery of two donations made by the Government of the People's Republic of China and the embassy of that Asian country in Havana in support of the fight against COVID-19.

The encouraging results of the Phase II-III clinical trial of the Cuban product NeuroEpo in patients with mild/moderate Alzheimer's disease, was one of the highlights of this week's meeting of the first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and president of the country, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, with scientists and experts from the Ministry of Public Health.

At the end of December 11, 29, 006,443 doses of the Cuban anti-COVID-19 Soberana 02, Soberana Plus and Abdala vaccines had been administered in Cuba, the ministry of public health ( MINSAP by its Spanish acronym) reported today.

The 49th week has registered a series of positive indicators that show the reduction of confirmed and active cases and deaths caused by the COVID-19, informed today the national director of epidemiology of the ministry of public health ( MINSAP by its Spanish acronym), Dr. Francisco Duran Garcia.

The Cuban Ministry of Public Health (Minsap) reported that at the end of Dec. 11, 2,778 patients had been admitted, 2,185 were suspected, 262 were under surveillance and 331 were confirmed active.

With the aim of strengthening and expanding collaboration in the health sector, Cuban health minister, Jose Angel Portal Miranda, met with his Mauritanian counterpart, Sidi Zehaf, Cuba's ministry of public health ( MINSAP by its Spanish acronym) reported today.

With the aim of expanding medical collaboration between Cuba and the Maldives, both nations signed today a cooperation agreement that will also strengthen the ties between their health systems.

The Pedro Kouri Institute of Tropical Medicine (IPK) has received financial support from the French Development Agency (AFD by its French acronym) to carry out the Project to Strengthen National Capacities for Surveillance and Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases.
The support budget amounts to 5.6 million euros as a non-reimbursable fund and will be used to cover the project's needs in terms of laboratory supplies, reagents, transport and climate equipment.

A news release by the Cuban Health Ministry reads that following the appearance in the world of the COVID-19 omicron variant, Cuba strengthened epidemiological surveillance measure in the country, on international travelers particularly those coming from the countries who have reported cases.

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