Taking into account the results of the Covid-19 studies in Cuba, the Cuban government insists on redoubling efforts to stop the pandemic, according to Granma.
In the ad hoc group session yesterday, the President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, and the Prime Minister, Manuel Marrero Cruz, participated, where they analyzed the details of the current situation in the country, based on the report of the Ministry of Public Health, made known by Francisco Durán in the usual space in cubavisión.
With 33 new positive cases of the disease reported in the country during the past day, most of them corresponding to Havana and Artemisa, both provinces remain as those with the largest number of confirmed patients in recent days and the only ones where they remain active. local broadcast events.
On those aspects, the Minister of Public Health, José Angel Portal Miranda, updated in the afternoon session, who also commented that in the last 15 days, the most recent events have moved the incidence rate for every 100,000 inhabitants in those two territories. .
Later, the meeting of the temporary group, which also had the presence of the Vice President of the Republic, Salvador Valdés Mesa, met in the voice of the Matanzas governor, Mario Sabines Lorenzo, about the actions that are carried out in the western territory of the facilities. tourism and camping, where strict control of established health protocols is carried out, vital to keep the epidemic under control.
Two other provinces, Pinar del Río and Villa Clara, as well as the special municipality of Isla de la Juventud, gave an account during the work session this Wednesday. Among other actions, it was learned that the search for cases with respiratory symptoms in communities and workplaces persists in the three territories; summer activities are carried out normally; priority is given to food production; and gradually the different educational centers get ready for the restart of the school year.
The new normality through which the country is passing cannot, under any circumstances, become a reason to neglect rigorous compliance with sanitary and hygienic measures. Perception of risk, discipline and responsibility continue to be key premises for successfully advancing in the recovery stage of COVID-19 in Cuba.