COVID-19 in Las Tunas

A new positive case for COVID-19 was reported today by the health authorities, so there are 17 in the province, for a rate incidence of 3.2 per 100,000 inhabitants.

With the arrival of the rainy season, they are boosting the spring planting campaign.

"If the sale is well organized, the plantain can reach a greater number of families, even in areas close to their residences to avoid exits from homes and continue the confrontation with the COVID-19."

Dr. Jany Fernández

I have known Jany Fernández Jomarrón for many years, even before she knew about me. Those were the days when destiny guided my steps towards the Majibacoa pre-university, where I only studied the 12th grade. There, in the middle of that lost place with a sui generis charm, they told me about her, about her efforts to enter the Luis Urquiza Jorge Vocational Pre-university Institute of Exact Sciences.

Population study on COVID-19 seroprevalenceThe population study is advancing in the municipalities of Las Tunas and Manatí – as in the whole country - to identify any movement of positive cases to SARS-Cov-2 that has not been detected so far.

The Civil Status Registry in this province offers its basic services on a reduced scaleorder to guarantee the vitality of some very important procedures, despite the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in the territory, the Civil Status Registry in this province offers its basic services on a reduced scale, maintaining the practice of birth and death registration as a fundamental activity and others related to specific cases. Besides, they are always implementing the health measures established in the country.