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Minister of Health

Republic of China (Taiwan) Donates Face Masks to the Ministry of Health

In a brief ceremony on April 16th, the Minister of Health Hon. Pablo Marin received, on behalf of the Government of Belize, 60,000 face masks from the Government of the Republic China (Taiwan) through its Ambassador to Belize H.E. Remus Li-Kou Chen.

Cuban Medical Professionals Help Belize Fight COVID-19

On March 25th, Belize welcomed 32 members of the “Henry Reeve” International Contingent of Cuban Health Professionals who are specialised to assist in times of disaster and pandemics. The team of health professionals arrived in Belize to support the country’s response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Minister of Health Heads Delegation on Official Visit to Cuba

The Honourable Pablo Marin, Minister of Health, arrived in Havana, Cuba on June 16, 2019, to meet with his counterpart Minister Jose Angel Portal Miranda. They assessed the current state of cooperation and exchanged ideas on how to improve the work programme between both countries.

Special Event held to Honour 28 Years of Cuban Medical Brigad

Minister of Health Hon. Pablo Marin hosted an event to honour Cuban medical personnel who have served in Belize. The event was hosted at Kcho Studio Romerillo Gallery and Community Centre in Havana, Cuba.

Ministry of Health hands over fitness equipment to San Pedro Town

The donation was a joint effort with the Embassy of Taiwan in Belize to promote a healthy lifestyle. The equipment will be installed in a public area and made available to island residents at no cost.

Belize and Cuba renew medical agreement

The renewal of the agreement is to extend the presence of the Cuban Medical Brigade in Belize that not only benefits Belizeans nationwide but strengthens and develops the health system in Belize.

Cannabis controversy – MOH explains its position on farming cannabis for export

It has been revealed that the Minister of Health, Honourable Pablo Marin, has signed two letters allegedly supporting the establishment of cannabis and hemp farms in southern Belize to develop medical products for exportation. While this news caused much controversy, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has clarified that these contracts are not related to the legalization of marijuana in Belize, as the cultivation of the plants in question complies with the Misuse of Drugs Act.

San Pedro PolyClinic receives three tuk-tuk emergency vehicles

3 tuk-tuk vehicles donated by Dubai, UAE, have been assigned to San Pedro Town to serve as ambulances on the island. 1 has been assigned to Caye Caulker.