DOH to present new way of reporting COVID-19 cases next week

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The Department of Health (DOH) said that it will present a “new way of reporting' cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to the public by next week.

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The Department of Health (DOH) said that it will present a “new way of reporting” cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to the public by next week.

“[Ito ay] para makita ng ating mga kababayan kung ano talaga ang mga pumapasok na bago at kung ano talaga yung true picture ng ating mga numero sa bawat araw [This is to show to the public what is the true picture of our numbers every day],” she added

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