Cuba surpasses 100 COVID-19 monthly deaths for 1st time

With 102 fatalities from COVID-19 so far, February has already become the deadliest month on the island since the onset of the pandemic last March, the ministry added.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cuba surpassed 100 COVID-19 related deaths in a month for the first time, the country's Ministry of Public Health reported on Saturday, February 27th.

With 102 fatalities from COVID-19 so far, February has already become the deadliest month on the island since the onset of the pandemic last March, the ministry added.

The Caribbean country registered four more casualties and another 720 confirmed cases of coronavirus, taking the national counts to 318 and 49,161, respectively.

Of all new cases, 362 were registered in Havana, the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic on the . . .

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