The detection of a single contagion of coronavirus after the analysis of 748 samples this Monday confirms the tendency to control the pandemic in Cuba, according to the island’s health authorities.
The most recent part issued by the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) indicates that yesterday there were no deaths related to COVID-19, so the figure of 8,530 deaths since March 2020 is maintained, as well as the case fatality rate of 0.77%.
Currently, 38 people are hospitalized for the disease, of which 31 are suspected of having been infected with the SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus, while the number of confirmed active patients was set at 7.
It also emerged that two patients were discharged, so 99.2% of people who have suffered from the disease in the country have recovered, according to the MINSAP.
1 new case confirmed #COVID19for a cumulative of 1,111,286 positives.
7 active cases
7 stable clinical course
0 in critical condition
0 in serious condition
— Cuban Ministry of Public Health (@MINSAPCuba) November 1, 2022
The only case identified on the day is a female person residing in Havana, aged between 20 and 39 years, and contact of a confirmed case.
The Minsap also reported that the two evacuees since the start of the pandemic and the 57 returned to their countries remain, while no confirmed patient in serious or critical condition was being treated in the country’s intensive care units.