Havana - The Cuban Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) on Tuesday has confirmed 17 new Covid-19 cases in last 24 hours, no deaths and 28 recoveries.
With such figures, Cuba has reached up to 6,117 Covid-19 infected individuals, since the beginning of the pandemic on March.
In addition, the country reached 5,602 recoveries in total, 93.1% of all those diagnosed in over seven months.
According to MINSAP´s report, no new Covid-19 deaths have been reported since yesterday, and Cuba´s death toll remained at 123. The report also detailed the 17 new cases are Cuban, 14 of them were direct contacts with others already confirmed, and three remain with no specified source of infection.
The new Covid-19 patients are from the provinces of Pinar del Río (6), Havana (10) and Sancti Spíritus (1).
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