sing its own vaccines developed in Cuba (Abdala and Soberana), Cuba has begun vaccinating children as young as 2 for COVID-19.
perspective piece by Mikael Wolfe, assistant professor of history at Stanford University, highlights what the U.S. can learn from Cuba on disaster preparedness.
Cuba’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been among the most respected in the world, due to widespread confidence in science-based policies, public service media messaging, and volunteerism.
The founder of CODEPINK writes of the dire food and medicine shortages in Cuba, so far addressed by grassroots efforts like Syringes to Cuba but ignored by the Biden administration.
The Saving Lives Campaign and Global Health Partners are building a broad-based, urgent drive to supply these vital medical tools to Cuba. The country has a shortage of 20 million syringes vital […]
A photo essay from The Guardian shows poignant images of Cuba during the pandemic.
Cuba’s homegrown vaccine candidates have made headlines worldwide. Less well-known is its production of medical gear such as ventilators and CT scanners for the treatment of COVID-19 patients in a bid to achieve […]
Cuba is the first country in Latin America to develop two advanced Covid-19 vaccine candidates — if both succeed the island will be on the cutting edge of vaccine research. See the […]
Excellent article from Counterpunch on how a cooperative and non-profit approach is leading Cuba’s vaccine development
Cuba’s Vaccine Goals Featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered”.