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Cuba had reported 2,373 patients discharged from hospitals, from a 2,670 contagion toll.
Cuba’s National Institute of Epidemiology Director Francisco Duran Monday reported 24 new COVID-19 cases and confirmed that the island has not recorded any death from the new coronavirus for over three weeks now.
During his daily press briefing on the pandemic, Duran pointed out that 16 women and eight men were tested positive.
Even when health authorities could not determine the source of infection for three of the patients, it was confirmed that five of them got infected abroad.
According to Duran, 508 patients were admitted to hospitals for clinical epidemiological surveillance. Also, 4,862 people have been quarantined at their homes to follow up on their clinical evolution.
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