Cuba: Twenty-two Cuban citizens were repatriated to Cuba by the US Coast Guard on Saturday, following 3 bans off Dania Beach and Key West.
On a regular patrol, the Coast Guard crew – “Cutter Ibi” briefed Miami Coast Guard sector watchmen at around 9:05 am Monday of a metal vessel with 8 people on board at nearly 9:05 am on Monday. ‘a mile east of Dania Beach. They were then brought aboard the coast guard Isaac Mayo and reported in good physical shape.
A Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations plane crew briefed Key West Coast Guard area observers at around 9:20 a.m. Tuesday of a white foam vessel with five people on board at about 55 miles southwest of Marathon. They were brought aboard the -Cutter Isaac Mayo and reported to be in good health.
Nearly 3 p.m. Wednesday, a Good Samaritan briefed observers in the Key West area of an artificial sailing raft with 9 people on board about nine miles south of Big Pine Key. After that, they were then brought aboard the – Cutter Isaac Mayo and in good health.
Additionally, the Caribbean island is grappling with the COVID-19 outbreak and has now become the first nation in the world to administer COVID-19 vaccines to toddlers with its home-grown vaccine.
According to statistics, the island nation has reported more than 793,000 confirmed cases of the deadliest COVID-19 mutant while more than 6,733 have lost their lives.
If we look at the vaccination statistics, so far there are a total of 7,708,885 people who have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, which is about 68.0% of the total population. In comparison, about 4,457,783 people have received their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and are now fully vaccinated against the mutant.