As the pandemic rages in Cuba, many on the island have been finding it difficult to afford basic goods. Hundreds wait in line in central Havana for up to 12 hours at supermarkets, only to be disappointed. Most necessities, aside from rice, beans, and bread, are sold only in U.S. dollars or euros, referred to locally as “MLC” (moneda libremente convertible). Not all Cubans have access to MLC. On September 22, one of Cuba’s most popular Twitter accounts, @daikeldfc92, tweeted: “Finding happiness, only to find it’s in MLC.”