Cuban laboratories processed 4,412 samples until midnight on Sunday, and 32 of them were positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, according to the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP).
32 new cases of #COVID19for a cumulative of 1,105,290.
192 active cases
188 stable clinical course
0 in critical condition
4 in serious condition
— Cuban Ministry of Public Health (@MINSAPCuba) May 30, 2022
Of the new patients, 31 were contacts of confirmed cases and a source of infection could not be established for only one. As for ages, 16 are under 20 years old, two were between 20 and 39 years old, another five are between 40 and 59, and nine are over 60.
Four provinces of the country did not report cases on the day, and none exceeded ten reported infections. Havana, with seven patients, was the most affected, followed by Sancti Spíritus and the Isla de la Juventud Special Municipality, both territories with five cases.
The MINSAP also reports that the two evacuees at the beginning of the pandemic have not changed, nor the 57 tornadoes to their countries, and there were 36 medical discharges granted on the day. Four patients were in the intensive care units, all reported in serious condition.
As no deaths were reported on the day, the number of deaths since the pandemic began remains at 8,529, which represents a fatality rate of 0.77%.