Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel called on the Cuban people to face the Covid-19 pandemic with individual responsibility and solidarity among the population and emphasized the importance of rigorously complying with sanitary protocols.
In a meeting on Monday with the governmental group for the prevention and control of the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, the President recalled that the Caribbean nation has the knowledge of doctors, scientists, and the willingness of the health system, but it also needs the collaboration of its citizens.
The Cuban Institute of Radio and Television (ICRT) today conferred the 2021 National Radio Award to three prestigious workers in the country: Miozotis Fabelo Pinares, Luis Ismael Rensoli Sánchez and Franklin Reinoso Rivas.
Mirta Ramos Difurniao, Communication Director of the Cuban Radio, highlighted the exceptional values of all the nominees for the Award this year and pointed out that those selected accumulate professional virtues that distinguish them within the national radioactivity. The award ceremony will take place this August, on the occasion of celebrating the 99th Anniversary of the first continuous broadcasts of that media in the country.
Tokyo, July 30 (RHC) Cuban Idalys Ortiz fell today to Japan's Akira Sone in the discussion of Olympic gold in the women's over 78 kilograms division of Tokyo 2020 judo. Ortiz lost the bout after being penalized for the third time at the Golden Score or overtime, but ends her performance with her second Olympic silver and fourth medal overall under the five rings.
London 2012 champion, the 31-year-old judoka has also won a runner-up title at Rio 2016 and a bronze medal in her Olympic debut 13 years ago, in Beijing 2008. Sone, on the other hand, is proclaimed champion at the age of 21, the same age as Idalys when she was crowned in the capital of the United Kingdom.