Transport stops passengers moving

The public service of state and private passenger transport in the capital of Las Tunas province was paralyzed since this Thursday to prevent the spread of COVID-19; the measure will be extended to the rest of the municipalities as of June 28, as Luis Enrique Arias Peña, director of the Provincial Passenger and General Cargo Transportation Company (CARDINAL) told the press.

 Guillermo Domínguez hospital, in Puerto Padre

The day becomes very intense; it is when more hospitalizations are reported by the Puerto Padre’s health care unit, destined to care for positive and suspected patients of high risk, and acute respiratory infections throughout the province.

 Las Tunas braces to cut the transmission of COVID-19

The isolation of suspected cases has a privileged place among the priorities of the Las Tunas strategy to cut the transmission of COVID-19, which was reaffirmed during the daily meeting of the Temporary Working Group for the prevention and control of the epidemic.

Some 21 thousand adults over 60 years old will be vaccinated in Puerto Padre

Vaccination points closer to the communities are the claim of the organizers of the health intervention with the Abdala vaccine candidate in around 21 thousand adults over 60 years, in Puerto Padre.

Third dose of Abdala is applied in Las Tunas

The third and last dose of the anti-COVID-19 vaccine candidate Abdala is administered to health workers, students, and professors of Medical Sciences, as well as other risk groups included in the health intervention, which began here on May 10.