To be in the red zone caring for Covid-19 positive patients is a great experience for the Bayames girl Dayanis García Gutiérrez about to graduate as a doctor.
Fourteen young people, including five students from the University of Granma, attend patients in the red zone at the Peralejo isolation center set up in the headquarter of the University, where contacts of positive cases for Covid-19 are hospitalized.
Because of the suspension of the school year in much of the country due to the outbreaks of positive cases to Covid-19, a new teleclass programming begins today, Monday, March 15.
Based on the complex epidemiological situation in Granma due to the increase of Covid-19 positive cases, the school year in the province was suspended on Tuesday, March 9, with the aim of contributing to social distancing measures and slow the spread of the pandemic.
In greeting to the International Women’s Day, members of the provincial secretariat of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC), undertook several actions the day before in line with the outstanding condition of the province in the national emulation for March 8.
Throughout the history of the Revolution there have been many acts of subversion by the government of the United States to young Cubans and at the same time, many have been the responses that this population sector has given, always playing a leading role in important event of our history.
The Vocational Pre-University Institute of Exact Sciences (IPVCE) Silberto Álvarez Aroche, of Bayamo, was activated again as an isolation center due to the increase in new positives cases of Covid-19 in the provincial capital.
Taking into account the provisions of the information issued for the confrontation to the Covid-19 in the province, the University of Granma adopted measures that limited the face-to-face learning orientation to students for the distance modality meetings of the Faculty of Higher Education.
Based on the epidemiological situation in the Granma province and especially in the municipalities of Bayamo and Manzanillo, measures are established in order to reduce mobility of people from and to the municipalities. In this regard, the Board of Directors of the University of Granma, informs that students will maintain [leer más]
On February 5, 1961, the first kindergartens of the Revolution were inaugurated, built in Havana in what was a vast process of creating facilities that would welcome children from early childhood. Our Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz was the main promoter of the creation of these educational centers, to [leer más]
The Delta del Cauto Wetland, the largest, complex and best preserved delta system in Cuba and the Caribbean, is also the second largest wetland and the third in Latin America. This natural site of singular beauty treasures one of the best preserved mangrove ecosystems in the country, and due to [leer más]
With a tribute to the ten teachers who died in the bus crash that occurred in Mayabeque, the International Pedagogy Congress 2021 began, which for the first time it held online to comply with the health regulations for the Covid-19. When opening the event, which in Granma has the participation [leer más]