COVID-19 in Cuba: Over 8,000 Cases for Second Consecutive Day

For the second consecutive day, more than 8,000 cases of Covid-19 were reported in Cuba, which shows a high rate of transmission in the Caribbean nation

From March 2020 to date, 341,152 citizens have fallen ill with SARS-CoV-2 in Cuba, and 2417 have died.

For the second consecutive day, more than 8,000 cases of Covid-19 were reported in Cuba, which shows a high rate of transmission in the Caribbean nation

The Cuban Ministry of Public Health reported Monday that for the second consecutive day, the country detected more than 8,000 cases of Covid-19, which shows a high rate of transmission in the Caribbean nation.

Francisco Durán, the National Director of Epidemiology, reported 8 184 people with the SARS-CoV-2 virus and 66 deaths.

A total of 42,338 active patients are hospitalized; among them, 164 are in critical condition, said Durán in a televised briefing.

From March 2020 to date, 341,152 citizens have fallen ill with SARS-CoV-2 in Cuba, and 2417 have died.

The territories with the highest infection rate were Havana with 1527, Matanzas 1264, Holguin 816, and Ciego de Avila 704.

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