Metro Manila's COVID-19 reproduction number further decreases — OCTA

1/29/2022 10:45:00 AM

The COVID-19 reproduction number in the National Capital Region — which is now tagged as

The COVID-19 reproduction number in the National Capital Region — which is now tagged as 'moderate risk' — has further gone down to 0.50, the OCTA Research Group says

The COVID-19 reproduction number in the National Capital Region — which is now tagged as

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 29) —The COVID-19 reproduction number in the National Capital Region — which is now tagged as"moderate risk" — has further gone down to 0.50, according to the OCTA Research.The rate dropped from 0.63 just two days before, the independent pandemic monitoring group said.

The reproduction number refers to the average number of people a COVID-positive individual can infect. A rate below 1 indicates the virus transmission is slowing down.OCTA Research fellow Guido David said the 2,256 new cases reported in NCR on Friday were the lowest since Dec. 31, 2021, when daily infections were only beginning to go up.

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COVID-19 reproduction number in Metro Manila down to 0.50 -- OCTAMetro Manila’s coronavirus disease (COVID-19) reproduction number, or the average number of secondary infections by each infected individual, dropped further to 0.50, the independent research group OCTA said on Saturday, Jan. 29. Open up let’s build an economy so all can prosper! Rock n roll! 😃

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endIndex: Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 29) — The COVID-19 reproduction number in the National Capital Region — which is now tagged as"moderate risk" — has further gone down to 0.Ellalyn De Vera-Ruiz (DR.independent analytics group OCTA Research said Saturday.In a tweet, OCTA fellow Dr.

50, according to the OCTA Research. The rate dropped from 0.50, the independent research group OCTA said on Saturday, Jan.63 just two days before, the independent pandemic monitoring group said. 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 reproduction number refers to the average number of people a COVID-positive individual can infect. In a tweet, OCTA fellow Dr. A rate below 1 indicates the virus transmission is slowing down. NCR's reproduction rate, meanwhile, fell further from 0.

OCTA Research fellow Guido David said the 2,256 new cases reported in NCR on Friday were the lowest since Dec. 20. FEATURED STORIES. 31, 2021, when daily infections were only beginning to go up. "The downward trend has slowed in the past four days, but new cases [are] still tracking below Jan.50 while the one-week growth rate was -69 percent,” David said. 20 projections," he said . The seven-day positivity rate also decreased to 21%, David added. 28, reported 2,256 COVID-19 cases–the lowest daily number since Dec. As far as average daily attack rate (ADAR) is concerned, Cavite has the highest in Calabarzon at 32.

But he noted that"it is not yet clear at this time if the slowing of the trend is real or artificial." "We will have to wait a few more days to see if it returns to its course," David said. Moreover, the region registered a seven-day positivity rate of 21 percent, which is lower than the previous week. Metro Manila was downgraded to moderate risk on Friday, although health officials pointed out that the number of cases in the region is . David reiterated the public should continue strict compliance with health protocols to"sustain the downward momentum. 29,” based on the internationally-developed COVID Act Now indicators." Cebu City, meanwhile, may have also reached the peak of the surge, OCTA said, citing the"downward trajectory" of infections. NCR's ADAR, meanwhile, was at 31.

The group said the city's reproduction number dropped to 2. However, David reminded the public to continue to strictly comply with health protocols to “sustain the downward momentum.03 as of Jan. 25 from 3.94 the previous week. The average daily attack rate (ADAR), however, was still"very high" at 62. NCR's HCUR is 43%.

27%, and the positivity rate at 39%, it added. Cebu City also remains under the"very high risk" level. The country began seeing an uptick in COVID-19 infections on Dec. 29 last year, when it logged close to 900 new cases for the first time in over a month. .