Photo report: how the Cuban courts prevent the new coronavirus

Ana Iris Mariño Balmaseda
Todas las personas deben adoptar las medidas de protección en las entradas a los tribunales. Foto: Cortesía del Tribunal Provincial Popular de Matanzas
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In the framework of Cuba's crucial battle against the new coronavirus, Cuban court workers are increasingly committed to complying with and enforcing preventive measures to avoid contagion, as they understand the importance and the need to avoid , by all possible means, that an indigenous transmission chain of COVID-19 disease be unleashed.

In a recent videoconference with the highest representatives of the provincial courts, the president of the Supreme People's Court, Rubén Remigio Ferro, warned that the current situation requires a lot of discipline and demands in the administrative, family and community order. In turn, he reiterated that today the priority is prevention.

 

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