COVID-19 cases ‘surging’ in 7 highly-urbanized cities — OCTA Research

1/23/2022 3:10:00 AM

COVID-19 cases ‘surging’ in 7 highly-urbanized cities — OCTA Research

COVID-19 cases ‘surging’ in 7 highly-urbanized cities — OCTA Research

COVID-19 cases are “surging” in seven highly-urbanized cities in the country, independent analytics group OCTA Research said Saturday.

The surge, meanwhile, is slowing down in the cities of Angeles, Lucena, and Olongapo.Metro Manila, on the other hand, is exhibiting a “decreasing” trend, according to David.Based on data shown by David, Metro Manila posted a -30 one-week growth rate of COVID-19 cases, while Baguio City posted a 137 percent growth rate; Iloilo City, 208 percent; Cebu City, 254 percent; Lapu-Lapu City, 96 percent; Tacloban, 142 percent; Davao City, 299 percent; and Cagayan de Oro, 236 percent.

Meanwhile, Angeles City recorded a one-week growth rate of 16 percent, Lucena had 26 percent, and Olongapo posted a 14 percent growth rate of cases compared to the previous week.The Department of Health said on Friday that COVID-19 casesbut stressed that further study is needed to confirm if cases are decreasing, considering the limitations in RT-PCR testing and the still high positivity rate in the region.

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Data shared by OCTA Research fellow Guido David showed that COVID-19 cases are “surging in Baguio City, Iloilo City, Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City, Tacloban City, Davao City, and CDO (Cagayan de Oro).analytics group OCTA Research said Friday.MANILA, Philippines – New COVID-19 cases fell by 30% in Metro Manila from January 15 to 21, according to a report from the Octa Research group on Saturday, January 22.Ellalyn De Vera-Ruiz OCTA Research Fellow Dr.

” The surge, meanwhile, is slowing down in the cities of Angeles, Lucena, and Olongapo. Metro Manila, on the other hand, is exhibiting a “decreasing” trend, according to David. ADVERTISEMENT The projections, he said, are based on “current patterns. Based on data shown by David, Metro Manila posted a -30 one-week growth rate of COVID-19 cases, while Baguio City posted a 137 percent growth rate; Iloilo City, 208 percent; Cebu City, 254 percent; Lapu-Lapu City, 96 percent; Tacloban, 142 percent; Davao City, 299 percent; and Cagayan de Oro, 236 percent.93. Meanwhile, Angeles City recorded a one-week growth rate of 16 percent, Lucena had 26 percent, and Olongapo posted a 14 percent growth rate of cases compared to the previous week. Projections for new cases in the NCR, based on CURRENT PATTERNS. The Department of Health said on Friday that COVID-19 cases but stressed that further study is needed to confirm if cases are decreasing, considering the limitations in RT-PCR testing and the still high positivity rate in the region. 21.

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