Cuba has exceeded the threshold of 250,000 COVID-19 infections on Tuesday, a figure that it has reached after adding another 5,613 cases in the last 24 hours, within the framework of an increase in infections for several days.

Specifically, a total of 250,527 people have been infected with COVID-19 on the island since the pandemic began, while 1,608 have died from the disease, 29 more than in the previous balance.

Matanzas has displaced Havana as the epicenter of the pandemic in Cuba and during the day it has counted 1,468 cases. After this is Havana, which has registered 691 infections.

The Cuban health authorities, according to the official press, have detailed that 36,840 cases remain classified as active and that 3,662 people have recovered from the disease during the day. Meanwhile, 94 people are in critical condition and 119 in serious condition.

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