Webinar: Perspectives from Cuba of November 15 Protests and Consequences
Eyewitness accounts from Cuba of November 15th and beyond
Webinar Friday, November 26, 4 p.m. ET
The video of the webinar is available here https://youtu.be/ySMvjlKy30Y
Watch it at your convenience and please share it as widely as you can.
The chat and Q&A are posted at the bottom of this page with bios and resources.
Going to Cuba to independently observe what took place on the 15th put us $2,000 in the hole. Tax deductible contributions are greatly appreciated, click here or mail a check to Fund for Reconciliation and Development, 64 Jean Court, Riverhead, NY 11901
Ed Augustin, resident journalist, NY Times, The Nation, The Guardian
Rafael Hernandez, editor, Temas magazine
Rita McNiff, travel provider, Like a Cuban
William LeoGrande, American University
John McAuliff, Fund for Reconciliation and Development
Ed Augustin is a British journalist who has been based in Havana for 9 years. He
writes for the Guardian, The New York Times and The Nation magazine. He broadcasts for NBC News.
Rafael M. Hernandez (Havana,1948) is a political scientist,
professor, researcher and Chief editor of Temas,a Cuban quarterly in the field of
social sciences and the humanities; he is also a published poet, essayist and
playwright. He has authored books and essays on US-Cuba relations, Cuban civil society,
migrations, international security, culture and history. He has served as co-chair of the Cuba Section of the Latin American Studies Association and been a visiting professor at Harvard and Columbia Universities.
A New York native and first generation Irish American, Rita McNiff is the founder of Like A Cuban, a boutique agency that curates custom “like a local” experiences for visitors to Cuba. An avid traveler herself, Rita visited Cuba for the first time in 2015. During her stay, she drove the island with a friend, picking up hitchhikers along the way, sharing rum and coffee with locals and, as the days went by, completely falling in love with the island and its people. Six years later, Rita’s journey of exploring Cuba continues and her mission to share the stories of the real Cuba, the people’s Cuba, with visitors to the island gets stronger day by day. Rita lives in Havana, with her daughter Tessa. <Rita@LikeACuban.com>
William LeoGrandeAssociate Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, American UniversityProfessor of Government and a specialist in Latin American politics and U.S. foreign policy toward Latin America, Professor LeoGrande has been a frequent adviser to government and private sector agencies. He has written five books, including Our Own Backyard: The United States in Central America, 1977 – 1992. Most recently, he is coauthor of Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations between Washington and Havana. Previously, he served on the staffs of the Democratic Policy Committee of the United States Senate, and the Democratic Caucus Task Force on Central America of the United States House of Representatives. Professor LeoGrande has been a Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow, and a Pew Faculty Fellow in International Affairs. His articles have appeared in various international and national journals, magazines and newspapers. PhD, Syracuse University
John McAuliff is the founder and director of the Fund for Reconciliation and Development. He is committed to contribute to the full normalization of US relations with Cuba as he did with Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. John has visited Cuba sixty-one times since 1971, all but the first visit from 1997. His program focuses are expanding travel as well as educational and cultural exchange. He collaborated with the Canadian-Greek Cuba Cruise and partners with Opera de la Calle and the magazine Temas. A special interest is the role of Irish and Irish Americans in Cuban history and the Celtic links between the traditional music of Ireland and Cubans who immigrated from Asturia and Galicia. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
reflections on being in Cuba for November 15th
"Five years after his death, is Castro's revolution floundering?"
Friday, November 26, 2021
HAVANA, Cuba (AFP) — Five years after Fidel Castro's death the revolution he started in 1959 appears to be at an impasse, with Cuba's economy battered and an ever-larger part of its population clamoring for change.
Hello everyone from Nashville. Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving day!
16:11:03 From Sheyla Paz to Hosts and panelists:
How is the food situation?
16:11:40 From Thomas Hansen to Hosts and panelists:
How do you deal with currency exchanges?
16:12:54 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
I've heard from AA that this is because Cuban authorities have not given authorization beyond Jan 3rd.
16:13:54 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
How are the hotels? I've been wondering because of being totally excluded from US travelers.
16:14:44 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
Of course, due to the pandemic, hotels worldwide have been very impacted by Covid, but perhaps in Cuba the situation is extreme. [The problem is that Trump/Biden licensing restrictions block Americans from use of all hotels. JMcA]
16:14:58 From Marcel Kunzmann to Hosts and panelists:
Question: How did you get the Abdala jabs as a foreigner? Cool! :)
16:15:00 From sarah arizaga to Hosts and panelists:
What is the money situation? Do USD still work "unofficially"?
16:15:06 From Thomas Hansen to Hosts and panelists:
currency exchange from dollars?
16:15:16 From Michael J. Good to Hosts and panelists:
how is covid in the real communities? Michael Good Birding guide [Every community is being vaccinated nationwide. J McA]
16:17:13 From Elena Espinosa to Hosts and panelists:
I left Havana November 1st and I was exchanging my USD for 1:62CUP
16:17:31 From Talek Nantes to Hosts and panelists:
How do the casas expect to be paid?
16:17:48 From Gonzalo Lopez to Hosts and panelists:
Is the Mexican peso a good currency to take to Cuba now?
16:17:54 From sarah arizaga to Hosts and panelists:
Cuba is saying they have approved all the US flights, and were waiting on US approval.
16:18:56 From Talek Nantes to Hosts and panelists:
Is it safe to change US$ on the street to get a better rate?
16:25:59 From John McAuliff to Everyone:
Contributions to support our work for normalization, including a very expensive trip https://tinyurl.com/donateFRD
16:28:28 From Gonzalo Lopez to Hosts and panelists:
Could we get a copy of Rafael's presentation via email? [The substance of it will probably be in his third essay which will be added to the blog post here.]
16:32:56 From Ramon Bueno to Hosts and panelists:
Where is the mentioned blog found?
16:35:02 From Rita McNiff to Sheyla Paz and all panelists:
Regarding the food situation, Sheyla, the paladars, many casas and hotels are well stocked. There are also food delivery options from restaurants, private grocery stores and farms with the apps Mandao, Pamicasa and direct sales
16:36:20 From Merriam Ansara to Hosts and panelists:
thank you, John, and presenters. this very useful presentations and perspectives
16:36:57 From Rita McNiff to Thomas Hansen and all panelists:
Thomas, any currency can be exchanged officially apart from the USD. That said there is a lot of exchange happening unofficially and that also makes exchanging USD an option.
16:37:21 From Sheyla Paz to Hosts and panelists:
That’s fantastic to hear Rita. Thanks for the update and for being here!
16:41:55 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
Ed, do you believe that if tourism is coming back to better levels, the conditions of discontent will be quelled?
16:43:20 From Circles Robinson to Hosts and panelists:
Ed don't forget to mention what led to the protest a year ago at the Ministry of Culture.
16:43:26 From Rita McNiff to Andrea Holbrook and all panelists:
Andrea, The hotels that I have gone through in the last couple weeks are looking good, but I have only been in Havana. Some remain closed. The Kempinski, Parque Central actually only ever closed briefly and their conditions are very good right now. The Aston Archipelago, which will be the most luxurious hotel in Havana is set to open on schedule in March
16:45:07 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
16:46:02 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
God help Cuba
16:46:18 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
Sorry I am responding to what Ed is saying. But that is quite a cocktail.
16:46:47 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
Thanks for inviting Ed. Very important to hear his voice.
16:47:20 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
Another good question.....why didn't it happen?
16:47:25 From Thomas Hansen to Hosts and panelists:
16:49:03 From Elena Espinosa to Hosts and panelists:
November 15 is the day schools opened again, tourism opened again. I don't think this was a coincidence. The Cuban government crafted a great pro Cuba campaign to squelch the protestors. [The date of tourism opening was chosen by the protestors. Not sure whether school opening was also chosen first. J McA]
16:52:22 From Barbara Larcom to Hosts and panelists:
You mention Nicaragua as having heavy protests, but don't mention Honduras?
16:59:45 From Michael J. Good to Hosts and panelists:
Caribbean Conservation Trust is planning a field trip for February... should we be good to travel in February? How is Havanatur doing?
17:02:20 From William LeoGrande to Barbara Larcom and all panelists:
17:02:46 From Merriam Ansara to Hosts and panelists:
Dear Colleague letter https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xpCKPZPGOFrYQcJNjAbJWUdy19KlaaFO/edit?usp=drivesdk&ouid=110813575168158942188&rtpof=true&sd=true
17:05:56 From Merriam Ansara to Hosts and panelists:
current deadline is Friday December 3rd though it could be extended again
17:06:21 From Christopher Baker to Hosts and panelists:
Good moment for a segue on the contribution that U.S. tourism can make to helping Cuba recover
17:07:20 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
Are you talking about the S. African variant?
17:13:10 From Barbara Larcom to Hosts and panelists:
What do you think of Medea Benjamin's explanation, that people began to realize (between July and November) that while they may have some issues with the government, they also realized that a huge protest would only be damaging to their long-term prospects, because the government was their best option (compared to the opposition alternatives)?
17:16:31 From Rita McNiff to Michael J. Good and all panelists:
Michael, I, myself am receiving groups from mid-January on and mainly due to the prohibitive flight pricing beforehand. February I feel will be good …bar anything happening with COVID worldwide. Havanatur is anxious and ready to receive clients now.
17:17:06 From Michael J. Good to Everyone:
thank you rita
17:19:45 From Tomas Moran to Everyone:
As a Cuban American who — for 60 years — has watched our inability to send money to our relatives like people here do to most other countries in the world, Biden’s position in going back on his promise is particularly grating. You seem to accept that nothing is possible to change this. Is there in fact any organized group trying to get more co-signers to the “Dear Colleague” letter, and how can I get a hold of that group? [WOLA has a draft script posted J McA]
17:20:07 From Merriam Ansara to Hosts and panelists:
also, would you again. urge people to urge their Rep to sign the Dear Colleague letter? New deadline is Dec 3. I posted to you link to the letter with the 55 signers to date
17:21:58 From Thomas Hansen to Hosts and panelists:
Ed, you are too young to know firsthand the economic situation in the early 90s. I know from personal experience it was much worse than today.
17:24:07 From Ed Augustin to Hosts and panelists:
Thomas - you’re right that I didn’t live through the special period. Too young. But I agree with you that the hardship of the special period was much more pronounced than today.
17:32:22 From Merriam Ansara to Everyone:
Rafael, hurray for that news!!@
17:32:52 From Gretchen Wahl to Hosts and panelists:
Thanks for some good news, Rafael!
17:33:19 From Geoff Thale to Hosts and panelists:
Thanks all, have to go. Very helpful discussion.
17:33:29 From Merriam Ansara to Hosts and panelists:
I can really appreciate that news. I'm arriving Jan 7. look forward to seeing you
17:36:22 From Andrea Holbrook to Hosts and panelists:
John, thank you for organizing this panel. Thank you to your speakers. This was really excellent.
17:36:28 From Michael J. Good to Everyone:
enviromental policies around the Caged Bird Trade are seriously damaging the ecotourism markets... can the government change laws to stop this destructive policy of the Caged Bird Trade to ecotourism.
17:36:33 From sarah arizaga to Hosts and panelists:
Thank you for the answers to the questions. And for all the very enlightening perspectives of the panelists.
17:46:45 From Christopher Baker to Hosts and panelists:
YES, YES, YES, and YES!
17:46:50 From Gonzalo Lopez to Hosts and panelists:
Thank you all. Thank you Rita for the specific answers.
17:48:33 From sarah arizaga to Hosts and panelists:
I would love for people to take a stand against the hotel rules for the sake of disabled travelers. It is very hard to visit when you cannot stay in hotels. I consider it unfair discrimination. [Can you get disability organizations to hammer the White House and State Department about this excellent point? J McA]
17:48:43 From Christopher Baker to Hosts and panelists:
Rita... please explain about the electronic card payments in stores, etc.
17:50:12 From Liliana De Cespedes to Hosts and panelists:
Absolutely agree Bill. The US government needs to stop being influenced by the powerful force that is the Cuban American US population. Diplomacy and realistic negotiations between the country is the way forward. It had a definite impact during the Obama administration.
17:51:14 From Christopher Baker to Hosts and panelists:]
There are four locations now in Havana for PCR/antigen tests
17:53:18 From sarah arizaga to Hosts and panelists:
can only stay at Quinta Avenida in Havana as US citizen
17:55:16 From Christopher Baker to Hosts and panelists:
Much cheaper flights direct from New York on JetBlue than if you fly from Tampa
17:57:43 From Michael J. Good to Everyone:
thank you so much everyone... this was enlightening...are you planning more in the future??
[We will do another webinar in January unless something changes sooner. J McA]
17:58:35 From Elena Espinosa to Hosts and panelists:
thank you for all your support for the Cuban people :-)
17:58:52 From Peter Kornbluh to Hosts and panelists:
thanks John, and Rita and Bill and Ed and Rafael.
17:58:56 From Rita McNiff to sarah arizaga and all panelists:
Christopher, the antigen test is only available at the airport and the Siboney clinic as of right now
17:59:32 From Rita McNiff to sarah arizaga and all panelists:
Sarah unfortunately the Quinta Avenida is no longer legal
17:59:37 From Donna Kross to Hosts and panelists:
Muchas gracias for this important information!
17:59:57 From Thomas Hansen to Hosts and panelists:
18:00:05 From Vannetta Perry to Hosts and panelists:
Fantastic forum! Thank you so very much! I plan to return to Cuba soon and this is so helpful!
18:00:08 From Rita McNiff to sarah arizaga and all panelists:
I agree with you about the disabled access. If you ever need help in that respect please do not hesitate to reach out I have options
Q & A
1Hi John: It would be helpful to hear about conditions in Cuba today. For visitors is there plenty of food in paladares? Are there any hotels that Americans can legally use? How is the COVID vaccination program going?James Friedlander
Regarding the food situation, the paladars, many casas and hotels are well stocked. There are also food delivery options from restaurants, private grocery stores and farms with the apps Mandao, Pamicasa and direct sales. There are still no hotels that US citizens can legally use. The COVID vaccination program has gone really well and the country is about 80% fully vaccinated.
2WHEN WILL US AIRLINES START ADDING FLIGHTS TO HAVANA?eric nadel
Jet Blue begun adding this week. And the other airlines are expected to do so in the coming weeks. Pricing starts to normalize from the US as you look towards mid-January and beyond
4How is the food situation for tourists?Sheyla Paz email@example.com
"Reposting here for others:
Regarding the food situation, Sheyla, the paladars, many casas and hotels are well stocked. There are also food delivery options from restaurants, private grocery stores and farms with the apps Mandao, Pamicasa and direct sales"
5Where were the concerts you attended this week?eric nadel
La Guarida, El Sauce and the Capri..but there is a ton of live music and concerts happening all over Havana.
6how are payments for travel working to Havanatur.peter Sanchez
It is still by transfer only and from the US specifically through Centennial Bank
7what proof of vaccination do you need to show when you arrive?eric nadel
You need to use your vaccination card for a WHO approved vaccine
8do americans need to bring euros instead of US dollars?eric nadel
Officially yes. Or Canadian or any other currency. Unofficially, USD is accepted as well
9what are current US restrictions, esp. hotels, licenses ?Cliff DuRand
You still can not use hotels as a US citizenAll the regulations pre-pandemic remain largely unchanged. Travel is still permitted under support for the cuban people. To fulfill this category you will need to stay in casa particulares
10Has anyone you know used the immigration app, the free wifi, or the cash card announced recently by the cuban government?sarah arizaga
"From my knowledge, the cash card app has still not been released. If it has been you don’t see anything about it at the airport, perhaps they are giving it out through official groups but I have not been given this info yet.
I have used the free wifi at the airport though. It worked well but the airport was quite empty."
11Is the Mexican peso a good currency to carry to Cuba now?Gonzalo Lopez
Officially yes. But it will be harder to exchange it outside of cadecas and banks
12Which currency are you using?sarah arizaga
13If one can't bring US dollars into Cuba how does one exchange dollars for CUPs?Nicholas Long
you can change Canadian Dollars and Euros. Those are the most popular at the moment. But officially every currency outside of USD is accepted.
14For much of the pandemic, airlines were selling flights that didn’t actually exist, in the hopes that eventually those flights would be approved. Does it seem that something similar will be happening, or are listed flights now actual flights with approval?Ken Foster
all flights that are listed now are approved.
15Regarding sanctions: can anyone explain the paradox of Cubans, including those actually in Cuba, who favor further sanctions and support the embargo?Ken Foster
Cubans are subject to state media going on about the sanctions on TV, radio and print all the time. They’ve been talking about it for decades. People are bored of it, many think it’s used as an excuse, other people don’t even hear it. So plenty of people, especially young people, think it’s a lie or a justification. I do think, though, that a strong majority of Cubans are conscious of the damage the sanctions do. I also have never met a Cuban in Cuba who supports the sanctions
16Ed, do you have a sense among your circle of whether most Cubans want a new govt vs just a better life?sarah arizaga
My guess is that if the government were able to offer a better life - especially vis-a-vis the economy - a strong majority would let’s say “settle” for the government
17Brilliant commentary by Ed!Christopher Baker
18That has nothing to do at all with my question.Circles Robinson
19Do you know what our latest requirements are Covid-wise. I’m vaxed and boosted, and do I still need a test?Carol Steele
No test required prior to arriving in Cuba. You are just required to have proof of FULL vaccination. They will be randomly testing tourists on arrival and taking temps.[CDC requires Americans returning from all countries even if vaccinated to have either a PCR or GEN instant test J McA]
20Going in a few weeks, and realized it could change, and continue to change, but do you know for now?Carol Steele
23Thanks for Ed's briefing. ... Question: Might recent events give the government a serious kick in the pants to get serious about economic reforms? Might D-C actually use them to push the anti-reform guys out of the way? The government has talking about reform for a long time, but ...Fulton Armstrong
I don’t have any special insight on this. I imagine Bill and Rafael would.
24that's why they didn't materializeBen Gritzewsky
25Can we expect that the “remesas” to Cuban people change in the upcoming weeks or months? Will western union resume operations in Cuba any time soon?Wilfred Labiosa
It’s extremely unlikely.
26Can funds be transferred from the US directly to private homeowners on the island if they have bank accounts in Cuba?Thomas Hansen
No. There are ways to do transfers through Europe and elsewhere.I don’t want to make this public because sometimes it can cause issues for the companies. XXX…is a site through Spain that works very well for sending remesas. It is the only one for remesas that I know that is currently working.
27Bill, Figures in this administration that were involved in the opening have argued that the Cubans did not reciprocate properly. Do you have any read on this perspective.Gary Prevost
28If we are there as well-fed visitors, how do we face our Cuban friends there as they wait all-day on lines to buy the little food available to them if there is any left when they are admitted, and if they can afford the inflated prices. Or those whose limited food purchased the day before is now spoiled in their poorly insulated refrigerator, because the power was cut for 8-12 hours that day. (From what I gather from friends, it seems more a problem in the Provinces, not so much in Havana.)norman pearlmutter
"Norman, I understand your concern. But by staying away from Cuba, you are in no way helping improve the economic situation here. All the Cubans I know are desperate that tourism returns because they know with the money generated the situation will improve for all.
If you are considering coming, help your friends with food purchases, bring them medicine and things that they may need and spend some money yourself in the country. You will be making a difference in bettering the situation and you will truly be Supporting the Cuban People"
29Is there any merit in trying to get the travel industry together to pressure the administration on some of the measures such as the hotel prohibition?Andrea Holbrook
[Yes Yes Yes J McA]
30What role do you see in US policy toward Cuba of the key vote of NJ Sen. Menéndez in the 50-50 split in the Senate, facing key legislative in the near future (Build Back Better, Voting rights, etc.)Ramon Bueno
31How is transportation to cities outside Havana? Services outside Havana? Taxis still available to travel to other cities? Buses for Cubans to travel between cities?Vannetta Perry
Private transportation is still running and readily available. There are fewer public transportation options but just takes a bit more planning.
32What is considered the most restrictive measure where it comes to tourism in Cuba?Andrea Holbrook
[Loss of general licenses, including use of hotels. J McA]
33Can someone clarify if the Cuban government is primarily responsible for the slow rollout of flights from the US. If so why have they prioritized flights from everywhere else. Did they not want large numbers of Cuban Americans at this time?Gary Prevost
34While the Archipielago demonstrations failed to turn out significant numbers of people, July 11th suggested high levels of discontent that are likely to continue in the coming months. While tourism may go up, U.S. sanctions are, as Bill said, likely to continue; the economy may not get worst, but it's not going to get a lot better. What can the Cuban government do to respond to popular discontent, on the one side, and is discontent likely to manifest itself in some political fashion?Geoff Thale
35. I have younger friends in Cuba who rely on people bringing supplies to them due to the embargo but who are now very much in favor of continued embargo sanctions, which is very strange, but probably due to their getting much of their news via Miami. Your comments earlier were very enlightening and balanced. Now I need to keep an eye out for your reports.Ken Foster
36Does “FULL” vaccination mean having a booster as well?Peter Kornbluh
For the moment, it is the official WHO standard which is 2 for Moderna, Astrazeneca and Pfizer, 1 J&J
37Lets go back to Prof. LeoGrande and ask him to lay out scenarios for after the midterm elections, if Dems increase majority—Val Demings wins on a conservative Cuba platform—or lose both the Senate and the House. And what could be expected in the period of time between 2022 and 2024.Peter Kornbluh
38Is Biden administration policy similar to US policy post 91 when Cuba suffered economic decline after the demise of the Soviet Union? Now Cuba faces a not dissimilar crisis vis a vis COVID and tourism. Is Biden following a "kick them when they're down" strategy?Thomas Hansen
39question for Rita: are casa prices holding the same or are they also increasing? Thank you for all of the solid information.Jennifer Spelman
"Casas are mainly staying the same from my experience. But no one wants to accept CUP, so most owners are trying to find a solution to the AIRBNB situation. Right now any bookings made through Airbnb, and paid obviously in foreign currency by the tourist is being paid out in CUP here to the houses.
All owners are asking for foreign currency payments so if you book directly you have room to negotiate if you are willing to pay in foreign currency.
So my advice, save your Euros, CAD etc and only change a little at a time for restaurants and bars etc. You will be doing your Cuban drivers, casa owners a service by paying them in foreign currency."
40Re. your comment, John, not all tourists are equal from an economic perspective. US tourists spend considerably more than any other country per person.Bob Schwartz
[I don't have the numbers but if you looked at only the on the ground American visitors who come in groups or independently, their per person expenditures are highest but their total number is not so big. A lot more Americans were coming on cruises, but even with the cruise company port costs and optional excursion fees I don't know how much they contribute per person to the Cuban economy. Passengers are mostly in Cuba only or one or two days and eat most of their meals on board. The European and Canadians who largely just go to resorts may spend less on a per person per day basis, but there are a lot more of them. J McA]
41Urban agiculture - the organiponicos to alleviate food shortages and hunger?Susan Metz
I wish it were true. But from what I see they produce a only a small % of the vegetables that are consumed in the country. I think their expansion would be a great idea.
42Rafael: While this is going on, the Constitutional Codes in Cuba seems to be changing, including the Family, Adoption, and other related codes to include LGBTTQ+ community. Do you think these policies will change or is it a facade to gain more support by this community?Wilfred Labiosa
43What was the position of the Catholic church about 11/7 and 15/11?Yolanda Prieto
44And the U. S. visitors not only spend more than others, but give much better percentage rate on their tipping.norman pearlmutter
45check out the Agro at Calle 42 y 19 en Playa Elena
46There is so much great info in the Q&A. Is there a way to save the Q&A?Vannetta Perry
47I'm happy to say I've been doing this MANY times pre-Covid, and have a planned return for a short visit in coming April.norman pearlmutter
That is great and I know so so very appreciated
48John. did you score posters?Ben Gritzewsky
[I have a couple of Obama posters for a $100 contribution. J McA]
49We operate an accredited study abroad program in Cuba. How can we send funds from the US (or via Europe or Canada - if so how)?Thomas Hansen
50Rita: please repeat where US cards are acceptedBen Gritzewsky
[Mastercard and Visa, but as far as we know just for Covid tests J McA]
51It is still illegal to bring back cigars and rum ot the U.S.!Peter Kornbluh
[Sadly, yes J McA]
52There are now four locations for PCR / antigen tests throughout Havana, announced yesterdayChristopher Bakercpbaker@earthlink.net
53I was able to send money to my cousin in Spain and he in turn transferred money onto my MLC card in Cuba and there was no surcharge placed by the Cuban government.Elena Espinosa
54John.... can you please display all the participantsChristopher Baker
[Not an option on webinar except in chat list J McA]
55Thanks to ALL of you!Fulton Armstrong
56Thanks for all your help, Rita! Thanks, John.Carol Steele
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