Mayabeque, Cuba: Workers of the National Institute of Agricultural Sciences (INCA), in San José de las Lajas, participated in a special morning where a plaque in homage to the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) was unveiled.
Mayabeque, Cuba: Three experts from the Institute of Animal Science (ICA), located in San José de las Lajas, held an exchange with specialists from the Center for Advanced Studies of Cuba (CEA).
Mayabeque, Cuba: The Municipal Library of San José de las Lajas, Hugo Rivero del Álamo, organizes a different cultural program aimed at the elderly and the little ones at home.
Mayabeque, Cuba: Workers of the National Center for Agricultural Health (CENSA) located in San José de las Lajas, began the Camilo-Che Ideological Day on Tuesday, which will run until October 28.
Mayabeque, Cuba: The Base Business Unit (UEB) Vitral Painting Factory, located in San José de las Lajas, reduced its plan of the year from 4 million 400 thousand liters of paint to 1 million 400 thousand, as a result of the pandemic that has generated several negative effects on the Cuban economy.
Mayabeque, Cuba: The Directorate of the Credit and Commerce Bank (BANDEC) in the municipality of San José de las Lajas informs the population that, as part of the indications of the Provincial Defense Council, the entity outlines strategies to reduce agglomerations in its establishment of the provincial head, as part of the confrontation and control of the pandemic in the territory.
Mayabeque, Cuba: More than 400 students from the Víctor Mestre Sardiñas Primary School, in the capital of Mayabeque, returned to their classrooms to restart the school year after several months, due to the impact of Covid-19, complying with the measures hygienic-sanitary guided by the Ministry of Public Health.
Studies carried out by experts in San José de las Lajas, the capital of Mayabeque, show that every time there are more the women and men over 60 years of age and less those who are born, therefore this age group becomes the most abundant and which demands more attention.
In the 47862373, although it seems strange, a kind voice greets and answers my question. It is the telephone number of the bus station, located in San José de las Lajas. The bus will go out in time. I breath slowly. At the appointed time appears the Diana, neither Roman goddess, nor hunter, just a small apple-green color bus that broke the curse of public transport in Mayabeque and showed that it is possible to recover the seriousness of a service for which nobody bet.