As of Monday, the special municipality of Isle of Youth and all the provinces, except for Havana and Mayabeque, which are still in phase one and two, respectively, will gradually enter the third phase of post-COVID-19 recovery.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel confirmed his confidence in the triumph of the people over difficulties in the international socioeconomic context, based on the application of the government strategy to face the crisis post Covid-19.
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.