Cuba reported 30 infections due to SARS-CoV-2 on Thursday, according to the part that issues today the Ministry of Public Health (Minsap) and in which no patients in intensive care due to COVID-19 are reported.
The laboratories processed 4,273 samples and of the 30 positives, 28 correspond to contacts of confirmed cases. In addition, an imported case was reported and in one case the origin of the infection was unknown.
Havana (eight) and Mayabeque (six) were the provinces that reported the most cases on the day in which five territories were free of new infections: Pinal del Río, Villa Clara, Granma, Santiago de Cuba and Guantánamo.
The rest of the territories reported between two and one case.
30 new cases were confirmed #COVID19for a cumulative of 1,105,419.
164 active cases
164 stable clinical evolution
0 in critical condition
0 in serious condition
— Cuban Ministry of Public Health (@MINSAPCuba) June 3, 2022
By age, the group made up of those under 20 years old added 11 cases. They are followed by those over 60 years of age, with 10. In addition, eight correspond to the range between 20 and 39 years. The group of 40 to 59 years had no identified infections.
According to the MINSAP, 36 clinical discharges were notified and the number of people admitted as a result of COVID-19 closed at 1,175; of these, 164 concern confirmed active cases.
Today’s record also does not include deaths from COVID-19 and the fatalities from the pandemic stood at 8,529.