Las Tunas Provincial Center for Hygiene and Epidemiology

The health authorities of Las Tunas are on alert due to the detection of cases of people experiencing fever, vomiting, diarrhea, and muscular discomfort. These symptoms coincide with epidemiological challenges present in all eight municipalities.

World Vitiligo Day is marked on June 25.

The statistical yearbooks of the health sector in the province of Las Tunas do not include data on the incidence of vitiligo in the local population, so the exact prevalence of this disease is unknown. Nor have any studies been held to summarize its behavior in the territory.

The equipment is excellent in the stomatological service as it offers a fast and effective diagnosis

In line with the most modern studies that seek to optimize medical services and guarantee a better quality of life, to the pleasure of the people of Las Tunas, digital studies are being carried out using panoramic dental equipment that also benefits patients from the provinces of Granma, Holguín, and Camagüey.

The 63rd National Bivalent Oral Polio Vaccination Campaign is held to keep Poliomyelitis eradicated in Cuba.

With the perseverance and efficiency that characterize the sector in Las Tunas, the 63rd National Bivalent Polio Oral Vaccination Campaign began in the province, to be carried out throughout Cuba until April 27. Around 500 vaccination points were established to bring the service closer to the communities and guarantee the quality of the process.

Las Tunas Ophthalmology Center, located in the Doctor Ernesto Guevara de la Serna General Teaching Hospital.

As World Glaucoma Week finishes, 26 delves into the disease, the first cause of blindness in Las Tunas, and the whole Island.