July 31, 2021

Another 36 COVID-19 Cases Identified in Cuba

To date, 714 patients have recovered, 33 of which were discharged on Thursday

Cuban health workers celebrate May Day from the front line against COVID-19
Cuban health workers celebrate May Day from the front line against COVID-19. (Photo: MINSAP).
Cuban health workers celebrate May Day from the front line against COVID-19
Cuban health workers celebrate May Day from the front line against COVID-19. (Photo: MINSAP).

The National Director of Epidemiology of the Cuban Ministry of Public Health, Dr. Francisco Duran, reported that there were 36 new cases of COVID-19, for an total of 1,537 positive cases across the island.  

During his daily press briefing held Friday morning, Dr. Duran said that over the past 24 hours — up to 12 midnight Thursday night — unfortunately, there were three more deaths of patients from the coronavirus.  There are a total of 64 who have died from COVID-19 in Cuba.

To date, 714 patients have recovered — with an additional 33 released from hospitals during the day on Thursday.

Radio Havana Cuba

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