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15/04/2021 12:10 RadioBaracoa 163
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 Allegory to Covid-19 in Cuba	 Foto: Taken from internet
Allegory to Covid-19 in Cuba Photo: Taken from internet

Baracoa registered this Wednesday and for the second consecutive day the number of two cases of COVID-19 associated with its territory, while in Guantanamo there were 13 infections due to the new coronavirus and 1004 throughout Cuba.

A total of 961 poeple were contacts of confirmed cases, 16 had a source of infection abroad and in 27 the source of infection could not be specified.

Of the 1004 cases diagnosed, 490 were female, 514 male, and they belong to the following age groups: 153 under 20 years; 329 from 20 to 39 years; 360 from 40 to 59 years; and 162 cases over 60 years old. According to the MINSAP website, there were 4 deceased persons registered.

Residence by province and municipalities of confirmed cases:

Pinar del Río: 33 cases

Artemisa: 15 cases

Havana: 510 cases

Mayabeque: 17 cases

Matanzas: 92 cases

Cienfuegos: 8 cases

Villa Clara: 14 cases

Sancti Spíritus: 91 cases

Ciego de Ávila: 7 cases

Camagüey: 4 cases

Las Tunas: 13 cases

Granma: 73 cases

Holguín: 20 cases

Santiago de Cuba: 93 cases

Guantánamo: 13 cases

Baracoa: 2 (contacts of confirmed cases).
Guantánamo: 11 (10 contacts of confirmed cases and 1 imported).
Isla de La Juventud Special Municipality: 1 (without specified source of infection).

Until April 14th, 190 countries and 29 territories reported cases of COVID-19, the confirmed cases amounting to 138 652 642 (+ 831 978) with 24 247 627 active cases and 2 979 495 deaths (+ 13 769) for a fatality of 2.15 (=).

Source: MINSAP

Translation: RadioBaracoa

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Evolution of Covid-19 in Cuba

Evolution of Covid-19 in Cuba

Evolution of Covid-19 in Cuba

Evolution of Covid-19 in Cuba