Cuba reported 56 new cases of COVID-19, for an accumulated total of 3,229; 22 medical discharges, Francisco Durán García, national director of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Public Health (Minsap), informed in a press conference this Friday.
There are 1,384 patients admitted to hospitals for clinical epidemiological surveillance, 47 in surveillance, 745 suspected and 592 confirmed.
The molecular biology laboratories throughout the country studied 4,941 samples on Thursday. The country has accumulated 319,440 samples and 3,229 positives (1.01%).
Thirty-three positive cases were diagnosed in Havana, with La Lisa standing out with 15 positive cases.
Of the 3,229 patients diagnosed with the disease, 592 and 588 have been admitted to hospital and their clinical course has been stable. Eighty-eight deaths, two evacuations and 22 discharges were reported on Thursday. Three patients were reported in critical condition and one in severe condition.