The Reality Behind Cuba’s Health Propaganda


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The Reality Behind Cuba’s Health Propaganda

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Cristian Artimbau, 14 receives a dose of the Soberana 02 vaccine, under clinical trial.

Cuba, one of the countries that successfully navigated the first wave of the pandemic, is now taking a beating in the most recent spike.

By Cubaencuentro

HAVANA TIMES – Cuba is living a contradiction. The country takes the lead in terms of COVID-19 vaccines in Latin America, but health professionals are denouncing the government’s apathy and the precarious conditions of the national health system amid the worst outbreak of COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic, Infobae reports.

“The situation is only getting worse every day,” neurosurgeon Alexander Pupo, one of the most prominent critics of Cuba’s health system, tells Infobae. “COVID-19 is really taking its toll in Cuba, along with other epidemics, such as scabies and hunger, which is criminal,” he states.

“It’s complete chaos. Everything here has collapsed, the entire country’s health system is under collapse,” Doctor Manuel Guerra adds, an obstetrician from Holguin’s Buenaventura Polyclinic, who is well-known for his regular complaints on social media.

“COVID-19 is really taking its toll in Cuba, along with other epidemics, such as scabies and hunger, which is criminal.”

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“COVID-19 is really taking its toll in Cuba, along with other epidemics, such as scabies and hunger, which is criminal.”

“They boast about Cuba being a “medical power”, but there’s nothing true in this statement,” Guerra says.

“People are desperate,” he says. “They don’t even have painkillers for a headache.”

“There are ten patrol cars for every ambulance, so it’s a little hard to explain this whole medicine business,” Pupo summarizes.

“How do you explain us having vaccines, when we don’t even have basic medicines to treat a skin infection?” Guerra asks.

“We’re going to have problems if we don’t get help soon,” Guerra says. “We’re not talking about political matters; we’re talking about life and death.”

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