Cholera in Cuba
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Santiago de Cuba: Epidemiological Crisis or Child’s Play

Santiago de Cuba: Epidemiological Crisis or Child's Play November 25, 2012 Janis Hernandez HAVANA TIMES — This morning, from my window I heard a group of young children playing on the sidewalk shouting "cholera's goin' 'round, cholera's goin' 'round… I'm gonna inject you. Better wash your hands." Of course those kids have no real idea […] Continue reading

Cuba and Haiti struggle to recover from Hurricane Sandy

Posted on Sunday, 10.28.12 Hurricane Sandy Cuba and Haiti struggle to recover from Hurricane Sandy In the two hard-hit countries, where Hurricane Sandy caused 66 deaths, residents are coping with life without electricity and water. In Santiago de Cuba alone, some 137,000 homes were damaged. By MIMI WHITEFIELD And JACQUELINE CHARLES mwhitefield@MiamiHerald.com Even before Hurricane […] Continue reading

Cuban health authorities admit dengue and yellow fever outbreaks

Friday, August 17th 2012 – 11:20 UTC Cuban health authorities admit dengue and yellow fever outbreaks The Cuban Public Health Ministry (MINSAP) this week again called on people's support to help eradicate the proliferation of the dengue transmitter Aedes aegypti mosquito during the summer months, when vector-associated diseases are on the increase. nsmitter Aedes aegypti […] Continue reading