One year later, we are still alive and intent on winning

16 de March de 2021

One year later, here we are, with a wealth of experience gained, an unparalleled history of solidarity in confronting the health catastrophe around the planet, five candidate vaccines of our own, and a people, a Party and a government, united in our determination to achieve a supreme objective: guarantee life

“Be strong, Cuba, we will live and we will win.” These were the words of President of the Republic Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, on March 20, 2020. Only nine days had passed since the diagnosis in Cuba of the first cases of COVID-19, but, knowing the strengths of our people, the constancy and resistance that are traditions on this island, there was no doubt about our ability to face the immense challenge that the pandemic would bring.

One year later, here we are, with a wealth of experience gained, an unparalleled history of solidarity in confronting the health catastrophe around the world, five candidate vaccines of our own, and a people, a Party and a government, united in our determination to achieve a supreme objective: guarantee life.

During the first calendar year of the COVID-19 struggle, which was not the only obstacle faced by our noble people last year, every national and international event attended by our leaders provided an opportunity for reflection, necessary condemnations and sincere calls for unity and cooperation. The voice of the Cuban President offers irrefutable evidence.

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