Cuba reports 2,638 cases of Covid-19 at the end of yesterday, October 11, after the study of a total of 27,134 samples for surveillance during the day, thus accumulating 10 million 021,878 samples taken and 923,966 positive, according to information from the Ministry of Public Health.
The report shows that 37,258 patients have been admitted, 19,361 are suspected, 2,613 are under surveillance and 15,284 are confirmed active.
For Covid-19, a total of 27,134 samples were taken for surveillance during the day, resulting in 2,638 positive results. The country accumulates 10 million 021,878 samples taken and 923,966 positive.
Of the total number of cases (2,638): 2,617 were contacts of confirmed cases; 14 with source of infection abroad; 7 with no source of infection specified. Of the 2,638 diagnosed cases, 1,410 were female and 1,228 were male.
Of the 2,638 positive cases, 8.91% (235) were asymptomatic, making a total of 128,598 cases, representing 14.0% of those confirmed to date.
The 2,638 diagnosed Covid-19 cases belong to the following age groups: under 20 years of age (611), 20 to 39 years of age (577), 40 to 59 years of age (781) and over 60 (669).
Distribution in Santiago de Cuba province: 40 cases of Covid-19.
Contramaestre: 1 (confirmed case contact).
Guamá: 2 (confirmed case contacts).
Mella: 5 (confirmed case contacts).
Palma Soriano: 13 (12 confirmed case contacts and 1 without source of infection).
San Luis: 4 (confirmed case contacts).
Santiago de Cuba: 11 (7 confirmed case contacts and 4 imported cases).
Songo La Maya: 4 (confirmed case contacts).
Deaths due to Covid-19
Santiago de Cuba: 3 deaths
Segundo Frente: 1
Of the 923,966 patients diagnosed with the disease, 15,284 remain hospitalized, of whom 14,973 are clinically stable. There are 7,928 deaths (37 on the day), a case fatality rate of 0.85% vs. 2.04% in the world and 2.45% in the Americas; two evacuated, 55 returned to their countries, 3,461 discharged on the day, and 900,697 patients have recovered (97.4%). There are 311 confirmed patients in intensive care, 88 of them critical and 223 severe.