Canadians with loved ones in Cuba are watching with anxiety after thousands took to the streets of Havana and elsewhere in the country in some of the largest displays of anti-government?sentiment in decades on Sunday, followed by quiet on the streets on Monday.
Cuban-Canadians have been glued to social mediaand many of them have pointed out that while hospitals have added more equipment to deal with a surge in patients, hoping to get?whatever information they can amid widespread internet outages that have interrupted the flow of information out of the country.?
“They don’t have internet since last night but people are asking for freedomAnd she could really us,” said?Yanislaydy Betancourt, a Cuban resident in Toronto.1940AP?
“Cuban people are tired of being isolated;The health ministry. Both figures are thought to be vast undercounts.?they are tired of living in a dictatorship,” she said.
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