Tag Archives: life

Humanism, equal rights and rationality, pillars to defend life (+ Audio)

Florida, Sep 8 – The management of seriously and critically ill patients affected by COVID-19 and other pathologies demands every day to seek health care strategies over and above the deficiencies and other difficulties imposed by the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States or caused by internal contingencies such as the recent failure in the availability of medicinal oxygen throughout the country.

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Enmanuel Fagundo: young nurse for Cuba and for life (+ Audio)

Florida, Aug 12.- Enmanuel Fagundo de la Cruz, is one of the newly graduated young Floridian nurses who work in the healthcare center set up at the Máximo Gómez Báez Pre-university Vocational Institute in the city of Camagüey to care for COVID-19 patients It is a mission with risks, it is true, but also a professional practice that, in addition to providing knowledge, nurtures the student’s expectation of feeling useful after graduation.

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Dennis Campo: “Working here has changed my life” (+ Audio)

Florida, Apr 4.- Dennis Campo is one of the outstanding workers of the Flora and Plant Unit of the municipality of Florida who, regarding the new anniversary of the Union of Young Communists, comments with the journalist Diala González Ramayo about the work he carries out in that entity and ratifies its commitment to continue promoting the tasks in the center.

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Early childhood is the main basis of life (+ Audio)

Florida, Apr 5.- This is how Yanitza Alfaro Ruiz, an educator with 21 years of work in the Mártires de Florida nursery school, agreed to talk with the journalist Marisol León Álvarez about the new work dynamics they assume in this stage of Autochthonous Transmission Limited and the importance of the educational actions carried out in these institutions.

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Young Floridians present in the battle for life (+ Audio)

Florida, Jan 27.- The 72-year-old Floridian Osvaldo Pérez Ibarra and the elderly Blanca Cervantes Rabí are some of the Floridians who have benefited from new decent and comfortable homes built with a subsidy assigned by the municipal government.

They share their joy and satisfaction in the report that the journalist Marisol León Álvarez gave to the Radio Florida news program.

Carlos de Armas: “Education is my life” (+ Audio)

Florida, Nov 27 – Carlos de Armas Chaple, is a Physical Education teacher at José Antonio Echeverría Elementary School, he is one of the educators of this specialty who stood out during the most difficult stage of the Covid-19 pandemic in Florida. More details through the following report from the journalist Marisol León Álvarez.

Young Floridians for Life

Florida, Nov 17 – Covid 19 once again tested the resilience of the Floridian people and especially of a group of young people who in this municipality gave their best, from different sectors, in favor of something so precious how’s life”. The following documentary by journalist Ailen Vargas Abella deals with the subject. Continue reading

Life won’t be enough to thank

Florida, Oct 16.- This is how Floridian Tamara Pupo Niebla, one of the victims, expressed on the afternoon of April 29 when a severe local storm hit the city of Florida; who since then and to date has received the help of the local government and other institutions to compensate the situation of her house. Continue reading

In Florida blood and life donors (+ Audio)

Florida, Oct 9 – Volunteer blood donors are people of altruism; Such an act of humanism saves the lives of others and provides the pharmaceutical industry with raw material for the production of blood products such as hyperimmune and intravenous immunoglobulins, albumin and plasma protein solutions, in addition to coagulation factors and factor transfer.

Voluntary blood donors residing in the municipality of Florida provide their testimonies in the report that journalist Yunier Soler Castellanos presented to the Radio Florida news program.


Doing exercises they will improve their life quality (+ Audio)

Florida, Sep 29.- With more than 30 years of experience in community physical activity, the Master of Science Nila Guzmán Ruiz has formed a new family with the members of the Spring elderly circle in the fall of the municipality of Florida.

About the impact of social distancing due to COVID-19 and the bond that she managed to maintain with the elderly that this experienced journalist attends, she spoke with journalist Yunier Soler Castellanos in an interview that we propose below.