Figures have always exceeded 500 for over a week now.Full Story
State-run Tegucigalpa University Teaching Hospital (HEU) on June 23 reported about 160 health workers who are isolated after testing positive for the virus.Full Story
The head of state reported that he is using the MAIZ treatment (Microdacyn, Azithromycin, Ivermectin, and Zinc) to fight off the virus.
The news came as the Central American country's health system collapsed, with nearly 10,000 cases of Covid-19 and more than 300 deaths.
Amidst the pandemic, they rejected a help proposal to return to their countries.
"U.S. expulsion practices are recklessly exposing an entire region to increased risk of COVID-19," human rights defenders hold.
Due to job losses, many Hondurans are either homeless or surviving in humanitarian shelters.
Sinager enforced these measures in March after the COVID-19 outbreak in the Central American nation. This is the sixth time that the authorities have implemented the preventive norms.
Cuba previously had a medical mission in Honduras that arrived in 1998 after it was devastated by Hurricane Mitch.
There is no tsunami risk in the Caribbean Sea, according to scientists that monitored this recent earthquake in Central America.
According to local media, some of the requested supplies are arriving at hospitals; even so, the amount is not enough.