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As Vaccine Mandates Face Resistance in U.S., Cuba Says It Doesn’t Need Them

Federal, state and local mandates issued by government officials in the U.S. requiring various employees, students and other segments of the population to be vaccinated against COVID-19 have been met with resistance by skeptics, raising the possibility of mass layoffs in critical fields.

But in Communist-led Cuba, having citizens get their shots simply doesn’t seem to be a problem.

“People in Cuba are anxious and motivated to get vaccinated,” Carlos Fernández de Cossío, director-general for the United States at the Cuban Foreign Ministry, told Newsweek. “We don’t have the cultural problem that seems to exist here in the U.S.”

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