COVID-19 in Cuba
The Cuban people will not be defeated

Yuri A. Gala López addressed solidarity activists on the anniversary of the storming of the Moncada Barracks on July 26, 1953, commemorated as the beginning of the Cuban revolution

“Revolution is a never ending song”: Gabriela Silva on drawing inspiration from the Cuban Revolution

Gabriela Silva, a young Brazilian-American organizer, reflects on her experience participating in a youth brigade to Cuba

100 North American youth march in Cuba to demand an end to the blockade

The youth leaders joined Cuba’s iconic May Day march to demand an end to the US blockade and to strengthen ties of solidarity with the island

‘We will prevail’: a conversation with Cuba’s President Miguel Díaz-Canel

Miguel Díaz Canel speaks to Manolo De Los Santos about the current challenges facing Cuba and the people’s resolve to continue building a project to save humanity

Cuba vaccine solidarity Cuba shows an alternative to Big Pharma hegemony through global solidarity

Cuba puts people before profits – showing the world an alternative to the monopolistic practices of Big Pharma. It promotes a public health system, state-funded research and shows global solidarity through tech transfer and vaccine delivery to developing countries

“The Cuban Soberana vaccine is not due to a miracle but the consequence of political decisions”

From November 15 to 25, 35 Italian volunteers participated in a clinical trial on the Soberana vaccine in Havana, Cuba. Thanks to its public and high quality biotechnological research and health care system, the Caribbean island is the only low-income country worldwide to have made its own COVID-19 vaccines

Cuba-Vietnam: On the road to vaccine self-reliance

Cuba and Vietnam share a rich history of anti-imperialist struggles and are living examples of the daily battle against US hegemony. During the pandemic, they are paving the way for South-South solidarity and enhancing local production, a must for a self-reliant Global South

Cuba is ready to reopen its borders

The island nation will lift the mandatory quarantine measure for all international travelers and restart several important airline routes

Eyewitness report: Cuba’s scientists, medical workers advance fight vs. COVID

Gloria La Riva was in Cuba speaking to healthcare professionals about the island’s impressive COVID-19 vaccination campaign and how they tackled the latest wave of cases from the Delta variant

Cuba reaches milestone with 60% of its population being fully vaccinated

According to the Cuban Public Health Ministry, as of October 12, 6,500,743 Cubans have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with its own vaccines. The figure represents 58.1% of the country’s entire population

The money that never arrives in Cuba

Cubans living abroad have been unable to send remittances to their loved ones on the island due to the unilateral coercive measure imposed by Donald Trump just before leaving office

Let Cuba Live—The movement standing up to Biden’s maximum pressure campaign

Manolo De Los Santos and Vijay Prashad on the failed attempt by the Biden administration to push for regime change in Cuba as the US-blockade worsens socioeconomic conditions on the island