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Juan Carlos Alfonso Fraga MSc. director of the National Office of Statistics and Information’s (ONEI) Center for Population and Development Studies (Cepde), stated to Granma that the cited figure represents a 0.48 increase in comparison to the period 2005-2007, which registered an average of 77.97 years. A rise in the life expectancy of both sexes was recorded in all provinces.
Specifically, the life expectancy of Cuban women is 80.45 years, while it is 76.50 for men. On average, the citizens of Las Tunas, Holguin, Villa Clara and Guantánamo, surpass 81 years; while those born in Artemisa, Camagüey, Havana and Mayabeque fail to reach the age of 80.