Cuba reports 9 new cases of Covid-19

As of yesterday’s close, July 24th, 226 patients were admitted to hospitals for clinical epidemiological surveillance. Another 320 people are being monitored in primary health care.

For COVID-19, 3,126 samples were studied, resulting in nine positive samples. The country accumulated 244,020 samples taken and 2,478 positive samples (1.02%). Therefore, at yesterday’s close, nine new cases were confirmed, with a cumulative total of 2,478 in the country.

The nine diagnosed cases are Cuban. Of these, four (44.4%) were contacts of confirmed cases, in two (22.2%) the source of infection is not specified and three (33.3%) with a source of infection abroad.

Of the nine confirmed cases, three (33.3%) were male and six were female. The age groups affected were: from 20 to 40 years of age with five cases (55.5%), from 41 to 60 years of age with three cases (33.3%) and over 60 years of age with one case (11.1%). One case (11.1%) was asymptomatic.

 

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