The Las Tunas Public Health Directorate reported this Sunday on the discovery of the body of a baby in a state of putrefaction. The case occurred less than a week after a newborn was found dead in a garbage dump in Havana.
In a official statementpublished by Newspaper 26, It was detailed that the recognition of the corpse, male, was carried out at dawn this Sunday in the city of Las Tunas. Preliminary investigations indicate that the body measures 52 centimeters in length and weighs 2.5 kilos.
The institution noted that, according to the thanatological signs, the neonate was between 48 and 72 hours old. Public Health indicated that the case is being investigated, but the names of the parents and the cause of death are still unknown.
Public Health indicated that the case is being investigated, but the names of the parents and the cause of death are still unknown.
In similar conditions, residents of the Mulgoba neighborhood in Havana found another newborn on Monday of last week. The first complaints were made on social networks around 4:00 in the afternoon and, two hours later, the authorities had not come to pick up the body, the user denounced. didiee lama.
Some neighbors, who arrived at the scene and even published photographs, detailed that the newborn’s body was on top of a box and covered with some “bloody rags”, which led to the suspicion that it was an out-of-hospital delivery.
Two days later, the neighbors confirmed in social networks the arrest of the alleged culprit, who was allegedly 36 weeks pregnant. The authorities have not provided details about this case or confirmed the arrest of the woman.
In November, in the province of Artemisa, a newborn girl was also found who, after receiving medical attention, managed to recover and is now in the Sembrando Sonrisas Home for Children without Family Protection. The local press reported On December 5th of her registration with the name Amanda, but since no close relatives have been found, the adoption process cannot yet begin.
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