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Minas, Camagüey: The Municipality with the Longest Power Outages in Cuba

Thursday, May 16, 2024 by Isabella Sanchez

Minas, Camagüey: The Municipality with the Longest Power Outages in Cuba
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On Thursday, May 16, 2024, the CiberCuba power outage report map revealed that the municipality of Minas in the province of Camagüey experienced the longest average duration of power outages, with an average of 21.3 hours.

The interactive map, which is based on an advanced artificial intelligence system that analyzes social media comments, provides a detailed distribution of reported power outages across the island. Below is a breakdown by provinces and municipalities, highlighting the average duration of reported outages.

Reports by Provinces and Municipalities

Camagüey

  • Camagüey: 37 reports, 10.6 hours
  • Santa Cruz del Sur: 8 reports, 1.3 hours
  • Guáimaro: 4 reports, 6.8 hours
  • Esmeralda: 4 reports, 6.8 hours
  • Florida: 3 reports, 15.3 hours
  • Minas: 3 reports, 21.3 hours
  • Sibanicú: 2 reports, 1.5 hours
  • Nuevitas: 2 reports, 1.5 hours
  • Sierra de Cubitas: 1 report, 22.0 hours

Holguín

  • Holguín: 20 reports, 2.9 hours
  • Báguanos: 3 reports, 1.0 hours
  • Sagua de Tánamo: 2 reports, 1.5 hours
  • Antilla: 2 reports, 3.5 hours
  • Mayarí: 2 reports, 4.5 hours
  • Gibara: 2 reports, 7.0 hours
  • Frank País: 1 report, 3.0 hours

Mayabeque

  • Santa Cruz del Norte: 7 reports, 1.0 hours
  • Batabanó: 5 reports, 3.8 hours
  • Quivicán: 3 reports, 5.3 hours
  • Madruga: 3 reports, 5.7 hours
  • Jaruco: 3 reports, 8.0 hours
  • Güines: 3 reports, 6.3 hours
  • Bejucal: 3 reports, 6.7 hours
  • Melena del Sur: 2 reports, 3.0 hours

Artemisa

  • Artemisa: 9 reports, 2.1 hours
  • San Antonio de los Baños: 6 reports, 3.8 hours
  • Candelaria: 1 report, 5.0 hours

Granma

  • Bayamo: 8 reports, 5.0 hours
  • Manzanillo: 4 reports, 2.3 hours
  • Guisa: 1 report, 6.0 hours
  • Niquero: 1 report, 5.0 hours

Cienfuegos

  • Cienfuegos: 13 reports, 4.0 hours
  • Cruces: 1 report, 9.0 hours

Matanzas

  • Matanzas: 6 reports, 6.2 hours
  • Jagüey Grande: 1 report, 12.0 hours
  • Limonar: 1 report, 6.0 hours
  • Colón: 1 report, 3.0 hours
  • Cárdenas: 1 report, 18.0 hours
  • Los Arabos: 1 report, 2.0 hours
  • Unión de Reyes: 1 report, 7.0 hours
  • Ciénaga de Zapata: 1 report, 10.0 hours

Sancti Spíritus

  • Trinidad: 6 reports, 8.8 hours
  • Sancti Spíritus: 3 reports, 1.3 hours
  • Fomento: 3 reports, 5.3 hours

Guantánamo

  • Guantánamo: 6 reports, 11.0 hours
  • Baracoa: 4 reports, 3.5 hours
  • San Antonio del Sur: 1 report, 12.0 hours

Las Tunas

  • Las Tunas: 7 reports, 7.1 hours
  • Amancio: 2 reports, 10.0 hours

Pinar del Río

  • Viñales: 3 reports, 2.3 hours
  • Pinar del Río: 2 reports, 3.0 hours
  • La Palma: 1 report, 5.0 hours
  • Mantua: 1 report, 3.0 hours

Ciego de Ávila

  • Ciego de Ávila: 3 reports, 4.0 hours
  • Florencia: 1 report, 7.0 hours

Havana

  • Guanabacoa: 2 reports, 6.5 hours
  • Centro Habana: 1 report, 3.0 hours

Santiago de Cuba

  • Songo La Maya: 1 report, 6.0 hours

Villa Clara

  • Remedios: 1 report, 3.0 hours

Frequently Asked Questions about the Power Outage Map

Here are some common questions and answers about the power outage map and its functionality.

How are power outage reports obtained?

Reports are extracted and processed using a Python-based system that analyzes comments and posts on social media. This system employs artificial intelligence and semantic analysis techniques to identify and verify the duration and location of reported power outages.

How does the interactive power outage map work?

The map displays the distribution of power outage reports in Cuba, with markers indicating the location of each report. The background color intensity of each province signifies the average duration of the outages. A darker color indicates a longer duration, while a lighter color suggests a shorter duration. Clicking on any marker reveals the number of reports and the average duration of outages in that municipality.

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