Cuba on Friday registered no COVID-19 death in the last 24 hours, but detected 76 new cases of infection, raising its total caseload to 964,482 and keeping its pandemic death toll at 8,317, the Ministry of Public Health said.

In its daily pandemic report, the ministry said 367 people remained hospitalized with active cases.

Havana saw the highest number of new daily cases (18), followed by the provinces of Holguin and Ciego de Avila, with nine new cases each.

A fast-paced mass vaccination campaign is underway on the island, with a little over 9.5 million of the country’s 11.2 million inhabitants having been fully vaccinated, according to ministry data.

Meanwhile, over 978,000 people, including tourism and customs workers, as well as those who are immunocompromised, have received COVID-19 booster shots.

The immunization campaign is being carried out with the Cuba-made vaccines Abdala, Soberana-02 and Soberana Plus, three of five vaccines developed nationally.