COVID-19 cases in PH exceed 23,000; death toll stands at 1,027
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the country exceeded 23,000 on Wednesday as the Department of Health (DOH) recorded 750 new cases.
Of the new cases, 452 were “fresh” or those whose test results were validated and released within the last three days, while 288 cases were “late” reports.Among the fresh cases, 91 are from Metro Manila, 83 are from Central Visayas, 22 are returning Filipino migrant workers, while the remaining 277 came from elsewhere in the country.
Meanwhile, late cases consist of 100 patients from Metro Manila, one from Central Visayas, 45 repatriates, while the 142 others came from various areas nationwide.A total of 4,895 have so far recovered from the viral illness with 159 new recoveries, while 1,027 succumbed to the disease, the DOH said.Read more: CDN Digital »
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Quezon City COVID-19 cases climb to 2,452kasi nga walang mass testing 🤷♂️
DOH reports 518 new COVID-19 cases as tally nears 23,000A health expert believes there is no longer a need for Metro Manila to return to a modified ECQ, as he notes the region's 'much lower' number of fresh cases. The country's capital logged 61 fresh and 89 late cases for a total of 150 infections today. Don't stay at home doing nothing.i have an online business you can startup $300 and earn $1000 get paid weekly.only of Philippines, Kuwait, Dudai United Arab Emirates, Germany, Brazil, Kenya, India,e.t.c say Yes if you are interested or inboxme for more information
COVID-19 cases in Eastern Visayas rise to 72
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The total number of cases now stands at 23,732.lang tayo sa isang lugar ," said Molon in a press conference.MANILA – The number of COVID-19 cases in Quezon City surged to 2,452 on Tuesday, official figures from the Department of Health (DOH) showed.endIndex: Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, June 9) — Another 518 coronavirus cases were added by the Department of Health to the national tally, which rose to 22,992 on Tuesday.
Of the new cases, 452 were “fresh” or those whose test results were validated and released within the last three days, while 288 cases were “late” reports. Among the fresh cases, 91 are from Metro Manila, 83 are from Central Visayas, 22 are returning Filipino migrant workers, while the remaining 277 came from elsewhere in the country. Kung hindi tayo handa talagang masasabi nating alarming. Meanwhile, late cases consist of 100 patients from Metro Manila, one from Central Visayas, 45 repatriates, while the 142 others came from various areas nationwide. The city government also revealed that the number of coronavirus cases with complete addresses in Quezon City is 2,354. A total of 4,895 have so far recovered from the viral illness with 159 new recoveries, while 1,027 succumbed to the disease, the DOH said.. For more news about the novel coronavirus click What you need to know about Coronavirus. Including late cases, the region had 86 new infections.
For more information on COVID-19, call the DOH Hotline: (02) 86517800 local 1149/1150.because two weeks ago we were only focused on one area. Barangay Batasan Hills still had the most COVID-19 cases with 108, followed by Culiat with 100 and Bahay Toro with 93. The Inquirer Foundation supports our healthcare frontliners and is still accepting cash donations to be deposited at Banco de Oro (BDO) current account #007960018860 or donate through PayMaya using this .