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COVID-19 claims 68 more in Cuba

Cuban Health Ministry says death toll due to coronavirus has reached 2,628

Sinan Dogan   | 30.07.2021
COVID-19 claims 68 more in Cuba

BOGOTA, Colombia

Coronavirus claimed 68 people in the last 24 hours in the island nation of Cuba, officials said on Thursday.

The Cuban Health Ministry said the latest fatalities pushed the death toll from coronavirus up to 2,628.

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country grew by 8,607 in the last 24 hours to 366,985, the ministry said.

Meanwhile, more than 3 million Cubans have received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccines.

Cuba also announced that its homegrown coronavirus vaccine Abdala will be administered to pregnant women across the country.

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