People speaks in the streets of a worm that goes from the nasal mucous to the sheeps' brain. They say that the animals collapse their heads, they stagger and even try to hit each other; then, they usually die.
The use of renewable energy advances in the municipality of Manatí with the construction of a solar photovoltaic park with a capacity of 2.2 Megawatt-hours (MW), which is added to another with the same capacity that works already in the territory.
Sugar growers in Las Tunas achieve very promising results for the future of the next harvest a few days before the celebration of May Day, and at a time when rains are hindering the mechanized harvesting of sugarcane.
The Telecommunications Company of Cuba (Etecsa) in Las Tunas installed 14 radio bases with microlocalized coverage (Micro BTS) in the last few days, in order to offer customers a better service. These devices reinforce the areas of greatest traffic in the territory and contribute to the decongestion of mobile services.