US: Minnesota Authorities Willing to Cooperate With Cuba

Minnesota's senators met with Cuban diplomat Miguel Fraga in Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S. October, 2018

Minnesota’s senators met with Cuban diplomat Miguel Fraga in Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S. October, 2018 | Photo: Twitter/@Miguel_Fraga_79

Telesur

Minnesota Senate Health and Human Services Policy and Finance Committee will consider the legal petition.

Minnesota’s legislators requested on May 18 to Congress and state authorities, to facilitate the collaboration with Cuba due to the island’s progress against COVID-19.

Minnesota senators Sandra Pappas and Patricia Torres Ray requested Governor Tim Walz to intercede before the Health Department to collaborate with Cuba, given their successful response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

According to the resolution presented by Pappas and Torres, Minnesota citizens could benefit from the Cuban experience coping with the pandemic and other agencies to investigate the potential of association with the island to obtain crucial assistance and expertise that will benefit the state’s residents amid the health crisis.

Legislators also referred to Cuba’s drug Interferon as one of the most effective in the fight against the virus. The Health and Human Services Policy and Finance Committee of the Minnesota state senate will consider the legal petition […]

Via https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/us-minnesota-authorities-willing-to-cooperate-with-cuba–20200519-0006.html

3 thoughts on “US: Minnesota Authorities Willing to Cooperate With Cuba

  1. We could use some help!… First somebody needs to pound sense into our Governor!… So far, it appears the only thing he backs down for is protests!.. I think it makes him feel ‘unpopular!”.. lol..

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