Nuevo Vedado, Havana, Cuba. By William Q. Ross (USA). Camera: iPhone X
?There simply isn?t any trust in the system,? warn doctors who denounce the lack of measures and the increase in pressures on health personnel.
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As Brazil sees over 800 deaths in 24 hours and nearly 400,000 confirmed cases, we look at COVID-19?s devastating impact on Brazil?s Indigenous peoples.
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Dozens die daily in Managua, Chinandega, Masaya and Rivas; beds, ventilators and primary supplies are scarce and more staff is infected.
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Today's featured band is Habana con Kola from Cuba with the song "Vente Negra" from the album "Vente Negra" (2009).
Now that my parents have passed away, I ask myself every day if I should have done more for them, in their last moments on Earth...
How long are we going to continue with the cheap propaganda that Cuba is a medical power, if we can?t take care of our patients?
Silhouette, Holetown, Barbados. By Darric Taylor (Barbados). Camera: Samsung Galaxy S8
Gabriela Sanchez-Bravo left Cuba with her family in 2005, after finishing pre-university at the Lenin vocational pre-university.
According to the regime?s discourse there is no epidemic because Nicaragua?s borders are shielded, thanks to the official imagery, by divine protection.
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