The National Director of Epidemiology of the Cuban Ministry of Public Health, Francisco Duran, reported that at the end of Monday no deaths were reported and 9 positive cases were confirmed to COVID-19 for a total of 2,92 people.
As of yesterday’s closing, June 1, 444 patients were admitted to hospitals for clinical epidemiological surveillance. Another 1,736 people are being monitored in their homes by Primary Health Care.
For COVID-19, 1,352 samples were studied, resulting in 9 positive samples. The country has accumulated 108,389 samples and 2,092 positives (1.9%). Therefore, at yesterday’s close, 9 new cases were confirmed, for an accumulated total of 2,092 in the country.
The 9 confirmed cases were Cuban. Of these, 7 (77.7%) were contacts of confirmed cases and in two (22.2%) the source of infection is not specified.
Of the 9 diagnosed cases, 6 (66.6%) were women and 3 (33.3%) were men. The most affected age groups were: under 40 years of age with 3 cases (33.3%), followed by 40 to 60 years of age with 3 cases (33.3%) and finally those over 60 years of age with 3 cases (33.3%). 66.6% (6) of the positive cases were asymptomatic.