– No obligation of anti-Covid masks for schoolchildren in Uruguay

– Cuba reports 596 new cases with Covid-19

– Costa Rica found 1,909 new cases of Covid-19

– Dominican reports 279 new cases of Covid-19


Montevideo, Mar 3 (Prensa Latina) The president of the National Administration of Primary Education of Uruguay, Robert Silva, announced today that the use of anti-Covid-19 masks in schools from 11 years of age will not be mandatory.

Silva announced that it consists of one of the components of a new health protocol that will be applied from the beginning of classes on March 7, which also includes a decrease in quarantine days in cases of contagion in classrooms.


Havana, Mar 3 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) reported today that 596 people with Covid-19 were detected in the last few hours, and two died from complications of the disease.

Of the 2,267 active cases in the country, 2,241 have a stable clinical course and 26 people remain in intensive care, six of them in critical condition and 20 reported as serious.

Costa Rica

San José, Mar 3 (Prensa Latina) Costa Rica found 1,909 new cases of Covid-19, to add today 811,040 confirmed since March 2020, when the pandemic began, indicates the report from the Ministry of Health.

The report, disclosed on the website of that portfolio, specifies that of the total number of new cases, 284 were due to an epidemiological link (cohabiting with a person confirmed by PCR who has symptoms) and 1,625 by laboratory (PCR test).

Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo, Mar 3 (Prensa Latina) The Dominican Republic today reported 279 new infections with Covid-19 and raised the total number of infected since the start of the pandemic to 575,436, health authorities reported.

No deaths were reported on the day, so the total number of deaths remains at 4,370.

According to the report, the country has 1,772 active cases, 569,294 patients recovered and 2,554,254 people were ruled out after the tests were carried out.


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