Cuba is the healthiest country in Latin America and beats the United States by five points, according to the latest report from the Bloomberg site.
Cuba ranks 30th in the ranking of healthiest countries in 2019, which indexes 169 nations according to its public health indicators.
The last edition was published in the year 2017 and Cuba occupied the 31st.
The largest of the Antilles is the first country in Latin America that appears on the list and one of the few in the third world that is among the top positions.
The United States ranks five places below, at seat 35.
The ranking measures various variables such as life expectancy, tobacco consumption and obesity. It also includes environmental factors such as access to water and health infrastructure.