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Dianela Perdomo, a medical student and Cuban immigrant, shares her perspective on Cuba’s recent wave of anti-government protests.
COVID-19 took an emotional toll on medical students. Government grants, reduced interest rates and paused interest collection offered some financial relief. Why couldn’t we make those changes permanent?