Number of 100 Year Olds Up in Cuba
HAVANA TIMES, May 24 – A total of 1,541 persons more than 100 years old live in Cuba. This figure represents 53 more than those registered two years ago, according to a study by the National Department of Older Persons and Social Assistance of the Ministry of Public Health. The issue will be debated at the Satisfactory Longevity: Integral Vision International Seminar to be held in the island’s capital next Wednesday, reported IPS.
Cuba has a total population of approx. 11.2 million.
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When they reach 200, you’ll KNOW that Socialism really has it in the bag..!
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