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How Cuba Beat the Pandemic: From Developing New Vaccines to Sending Doctors Overseas to Help Others
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Since last year, approximately 440 Cubans have died from COVID-19, giving Cuba one of the lowest death rates per capita in the world. Cuba is also developing five COVID-19 vaccines, including two which have entered stage 3 trials. Cuba has heavily investe ...[Read more]
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Cuba’s Innovative Cancer Vaccine Is Finally Coming to America
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The collaboration between Roswell and Cuba’s Center for Molecular Immunology, which developed the vaccine, actually began in 2011, years before the Obama administration started easing restrictions on Cuba. Gisela Gonzalez, one of the Cuban researchers w ...[Read more]
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Cuba’s COVID-19 Vaccines Serve the People, Not Profits
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Cuba’s socialist approach to developing vaccines against COVID-19 differs strikingly from that of capitalist nations of the world. Cuba’s production of four vaccines is grounded in science and dedicated to saving the lives of all Cubans, and to intern ...[Read more]
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New Zealand lifts all Covid restrictions, declaring the nation virus-free
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At midnight local time (12:00 GMT), all of New Zealand moved to level one, the lowest of a four-tier alert system. Under new rules, social distancing is not required and there are no limits on public gatherings, but borders remain closed to foreigners. Ne ...[Read more]
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Biggest Covid outbreak since Wuhan creeps toward Beijing
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China’s Covid-19 containment success story is being put to the test as new clusters pop up in northern Hebei province, a geographical buffer zone around the capital Beijing. ...[Read more]
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Venezuela’s Coronavirus Response Might Surprise You
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Within a few hours of being launched, over 800 Venezuelans in the U.S. registered for an emergency flight from Miami to Caracas through a website run by the Venezuelan government. ...[Read more]
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