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Cuba confirms 326 cases of Covid-19 and a related death

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Cuba confirms 326 cases of Covid-19 and a related death

Havana, nov 15 (Prensa Latina) Cuba confirmed today 326 positive cases of Covid-19, 22 less than yesterday, and one death resulting from complications with the disease, thus keeping the trend of pandemic control.
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Since March 11, 2020, the country has registered 959,064 diagnosed cases and eight thousand 283 deaths, for a mortality rate of 0.86 percent, head of the Epidemiology Department of the Health Ministry (MINSAP) Francisco Durán said at a press conference.

Six thousand 576 people remain admitted, of them four thousand 576 suspects of having contracted the virus and 245 under surveillance, numbers that represent a significant decrease, the official of the MINSAP added.

During his usual weekly radio and television appearance on Mondays, the doctor added that in medical institutions remain 1,755 active cases and 323 discharges were granted, with which the Island totals 948,669 (98.9 percent) recovered patients, Duran said.

The provinces of Camagüey, Holguín, and Sancti Spíritus, with 64, 45 and 44 cases, respectively, head the statistics with a strong local transmission, according to the information released.

Cuba went in July and August through a complicated pandemic stage with territories going over a thousand cases, but for two months it has shown a sustained decrease, therefore, on Monday of last week the country resumed many daily activities that had been put to a pause since long ago.


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