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Havana, August 28th (Prensa Latina) The progress of the Covid-19 vaccination, the meetings of President Miguel Diaz-Canel with parts of society and Hurricane Ida made headlines in the week that ended on Saturday .

Fighting the pandemic remained the main goal of the country, which in the past 15 days still had a high incidence rate of 1,207 Covid-19 cases per 100,000 SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes Covid-19 While the immunization process with Cuban vaccines is going as planned and more than 12 million doses have been administered so far, 10 million doses of the Soberana 02 and Soberana Plus vaccines against Covid-19 can produce because the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) is ready to meet this production . Meanwhile, an Italian plane with 200 cubic meters of humanitarian aid landed in Cuba on Thursday, consisting of respirators, generics, antibiotics, medical supplies and rapid test kits for the coronavirus. President Diaz-Canel was impressed by the donation and thanked the Cuban solidarity movement in Italy. During the week Diaz-Canel met with representatives from religious institutions and brotherhoods about the challenges the country is facing. Participants reaffirmed their calling to serve the people through the various projects they undertake to improve community life and serve the most vulnerable groups. In fact, the head of state called for the experience of the Cabildo Quisicuaba sociocultural project in the Los Sitios district of Havana, which he visited on Friday, to be repeated in Cuba through tours and meetings between top Cuban authorities and local residents. The president called for the systematization of change in 62 endangered neighborhoods of the capital to act on the basis of priorities and called for dialogue with citizens to be strengthened t Diaz-Canel also met with Cuban-American activist Carlos Lazo, the leader of the US-based Bridges of Love solidarity project on families. This week, Cuba was hit by Category One Hurricane Ida, which caused material damage to the roofs of government facilities and homes, crops, and damage to telecommunications and electricity networks after heavy rains. Hurricane winds of up to 130 kilometers per hour and higher gusts also damaged the western region of Cuba, in particular the special community Isla de la Juventud and the province of Pinar del Rio Cuba’s greatest challenge: the fight against Covid-19.jg / iff / rgh / idm / gdc

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