Metro Manila’s COVID-19 reproduction number drops to 0.50 — OCTA Research

1/29/2022 7:31:00 AM
Metro Manila’s COVID-19 reproduction number drops to 0.50 — OCTA Research

MANILA, Philippines — Metro Manila’s COVID-19 reproduction number further decreased to 0.50, although the downward trend has slowed down in the past four days,

Metro Manila’s COVID-19 reproduction number further decreased to 0.50, although the downward trend has slowed down in the past four days, independent analytics group OCTA Research said. | cgonzalesINQ

MANILA, Philippines — Metro Manila’s COVID-19 reproduction number further decreased to 0.50, although the downward trend has slowed down in the past four days,

The COVID-19 reproduction number, or the estimated number of new cases from one patient, was previously at 0.52 in Metro Manila as of Thursday, based on the group’s data.ADVERTISEMENTAccording to OCTA Research fellow Guido David, the 2,256 new cases in Metro Manila on Friday is the lowest single-day increase since December 31 last year.

“While the decrease in new cases in the NCR has slowed down, as can be observed by the nearly flat trend of the past four days, the reproduction number decreased to 0.50 while the one-week growth rate was -69 percent,” David said over Twitter.

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The COVID-19 reproduction number, or the estimated number of new cases from one patient, was previously at 0.52 in Metro Manila as of Thursday, based on the group’s data.50, the independent research group OCTA said on Saturday, Jan. ADVERTISEMENT According to OCTA Research fellow Guido David, the 2,256 new cases in Metro Manila on Friday is the lowest single-day increase since December 31 last year. The cases are declining significantly and we have reached the moderate case classification),” said DOH Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire during the Malacanang press briefing on Friday, Jan. “While the decrease in new cases in the NCR has slowed down, as can be observed by the nearly flat trend of the past four days, the reproduction number decreased to 0. In a tweet, OCTA fellow Dr.50 while the one-week growth rate was -69 percent,” David said over Twitter.” When asked if the government could grant exemption to AstraZeneca vaccinees, Malaya said: “We have been doing this vaccination program since March of last year.

FEATURED STORIES . 20. “Ngayon, ang average ng National Capital Region is just at 4,398—seven-day moving average for their daily case as compared to last week—ang ating average nun was about 13,298.