Presided over by its First Secretary, Army General Raul Castro, the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba met, where a set of measures to revive the local economy in the face of the damages caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since July 3, the country has been entering the second phase of the post-Covid-19 recovery, except for Havana, which begins the first phase, and Matanzas, which joined the rest of the provinces a few days later in the de-escalation process.
A total of 4,365 Cubans stranded by COVID-19 in 46 countries have returned to Cuba since March 22, according to Ernesto Soberon, director general of consular affairs and Cuban residents abroad at the foreign ministry.
Cuba studied for COVID-19, 2,006 samples, resulting in only a positive one, the lowest figure since the beginning of the pandemic. The country has accumulated 157,387 samples and 2,319 positives (1.5%).