As of yesterday’s close, June 14, 380 patients were admitted to hospitals for clinical epidemiological surveillance. Another 544 people are being monitored in primary health care.
For COVID-19, 2,486 samples were studied, resulting in 14 positive samples. The country has accumulated 136,249 samples and 2,262 positives (1.7%). Therefore, at yesterday’s close, 14 new cases were confirmed, for an accumulated total of 2,262 in the country.
The 14 confirmed cases were Cuban. Of these, 9 (64.2%) were contacts of confirmed cases and five (35.7%) without specifying the source of infection.
Of the 14 diagnosed cases, nine were male and five were female. By age group they were: 20-39 years old with eight cases (57.1%), followed by 40-59 years old with four (28.5%) and those over 60 with two (14.2%). 100% (14) of the positive cases were asymptomatic.
Out of the 2,262 patients diagnosed with the disease, 211 of them remain confirmed and 206 (97.6%) show stable clinical evolution. There were 84 deaths (none during the day), two evacuated patients and 1,965 recovered patients (87%) (17 discharges during the day). One patient was reported in critical condition and four in severe condition.