Cuba hopes to reestablish the entire electrical service in the capital | News
The Cuban authorities announced that during the course of Saturday night the electrical service in the city of Havana should be restored, after the drop in the energy supply after the passage of Hurricane Ian.
Work progresses to stabilize the electrical system in Cuba
In a new report, the state company Unión Eléctrica (UNE) reported that the electricity service had been restored in more than 94 percent of homes in Havana.
In the western province of Mayabeque, the electricity service has been completely restored and in the Isla de la Juventud it has recovered 98 percent and cellular telephony 97 percent.
According to the UNE, in the province of Pinar del Río, the province most affected by the passage of Hurricane Ian, the electrical restoration is progressing gradually and in neighboring Artemisa the electrical service has recovered by 38.11 percent.
The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, urged on Saturday to concentrate efforts and resources on the recovery of the provinces of Pinar del Río and Artemisa, to the extent that other Cuban regions affected by the passage of Hurricane Ian move towards normality. .
Miguel Díaz-Canel spoke with ministers and the presidents of the Defense Councils of the other territories impacted by Ian, where recovery is progressing.
Regarding the situation in Pinar del Río, the authorities that support the recovery in that province reported that although the results are appreciated in the reactivation of the water supply, telecommunications and attention to the evacuee centers, it is necessary to focus on supplies food.
The Cuban president called for alternatives to continue the school year in the provinces affected by Hurricane Ian.
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