During the last days (February 26 - March 4), the Artemisa province does not report any imported cases.
Until the report of Thursday, March 4, the province confirms 212 positive cases for COVID-19, of them 19 without a specified source of infection and 193 contacts of previously confirmed cases.
The days with the highest accumulated were February 26, 27 and March 1, accounting for 50.5 percent of the total.
The accumulated cases confirmed by the different municipalities:
- Alquízar (6) - Artemisa (39)
- Bahía Honda (21) - Bauta (18)
- Caimito (13) - Candelaria (4)
- Guanajay (28) - Güira de Melena (3)
- Mariel (20) - San Antonio de los Baños (15)
- San Cristóbal (45)
The highest percentage of confirmed cases belongs to the municipalities of San Cristóbal, Artemisa and Bahía Honda, while Güira de Melena and Candelaria only report 7 cases between them, 3 and 4 respectively.
The behavior of the cases by municipalities these days:
In recent days, the dispersion of cases can be seen in all the territories of the province. It should be noted that there is also an increase in cases without a specified source of infection, which now make 19.
To see these data by municipalities, the following graph is shown:
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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