Book of journalist from Camaguey about COVID-19 published in six languagesPublicado: diciembre 1, 2020
Camagüey, Cuba, Dec 1.- At least in six languages, including Spanish, the Academic Spanish publishing house makes the book La COVID-19: an invisible enemy available to readers. Cuba: World leader against the epidemic, by the journalist and writer from Santa Cruz Lázaro D. Najarro Pujol.
It is a selection of various journalistic genres published by the author on different digital sites during the first ten months of the SARS-CoV-2 scourge, which readers, also Italians, Germans, Portuguese (Brazil), Poles and French will be able to acquire in the international book market.
The 88-page text compiles reports, chronicles, stories and reviews disseminated on the digital sites Fidel, soldier of ideas, CamaguebaxCuba and the stations of Nuevitas and Camagüey; as well as in the virtual magazine Primicia Diario, from Bogotá, Colombia, among others.
COVID-19: an invisible enemy is your grain of sand to record the role of an entire people in the confrontation with the epidemic, and among them, at the head, the Cuban health personnel and scientists.
Among the chronicles, stories, reviews and reports of the compilation, the following stand out: Cuban heroes of the soul, How immense you are, Cuba! The most pressing challenge of human health, Stay at home, you who can […] do it for you, for your family, Fidel Castro: doctors are a fabulous need in the world, Who are Henry Reeve and Leidisbet López Cantero: the Camagüey nurse who helped to conquer death.
During the period of confinement by Covid-19, Najarro Pujol, who currently writes for the national portal of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC), published in the same publishing house the books: Nuevitas: where Puerto del Príncipe was born, South Winds, among others. (Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez)