NCR COVID-19 positivity rate up to 9.2%, another wave likely —OCTA

24/11/2022 3:47:00 AM

Another wave of COVID-19 infections may start in the National Capital Region (NCR) with the observed 'spike' in its positivity rate, independent monitoring group OCTA Research said Thursday.

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Another wave of COVID-19 infections may start in the National Capital Region (NCR) with the observed 'spike' in its positivity rate, independent monitoring group OCTA Research said Thursday.

Another wave of COVID-19 infections may start in the National Capital Region (NCR) with the observed "spike" in its positivity rate, independent monitoring group OCTA Research said Thursday.

November 24, 2022 8:33amAnother wave of COVID-19 infections may start in the National Capital Region (NCR) with the observed "spike" in its positivity rate, independent monitoring group OCTA Research said Thursday.OCTA fellow Dr. Guido David reported that NCR’s seven-day COVID-19 positivity rate jumped from 7.4% on November 15 to 9.2% on November 22.

"NCR weekly positivity rate spiked up from 7.4% to 9.2%. Unless these trends do not progress, we could be seeing the start of another wave of infections in the NCR (similar to what we saw in June)," David said on Twitter.Positivity rate refers to the percentage of people who were found positive for COVID-19 among the total number of individuals tested.

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Heto nanaman ang OCTA-- seriously mga TANGA ba kau talaga o kumikita kayo sa bakuna at testing?

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Published November 24, 2022 8:33am Another wave of COVID-19 infections may start in the National Capital Region (NCR) with the observed "spike" in its positivity rate, independent monitoring group OCTA Research said Thursday.BIZ BUZZ: Cabinet member on way out? Trading volume dipped as 525./ 08:28 PM November 22, 2022 Image of the coronavirus / INQUIRER.Analou de Vera COVID-19 virus The Philippines saw 695 more cases of Covid-19 on Tuesday, Nov.

OCTA fellow Dr. Guido David reported that NCR’s seven-day COVID-19 positivity rate jumped from 7.39 billion changed hands while foreigners were net buyers amounting to about P289 million, data from the stock exchanged showed.4% on November 15 to 9. ADVERTISEMENT These new infections are much lower than the average daily infections recorded from Nov.2% on November 22. On the other hand, mining and oil, services and industrial stocks tumbled. "NCR weekly positivity rate spiked up from 7. With the detection of new cases, the country’s caseload increased to 4,027,469.

4% to 9., said bears remained in control unless the PSEi could see a breakout past 6,850. The DOH usually collates the lowest number of conducted COVID-19 tests on Sunday, based on previous data released through the COVID-19 tracker FEATURED STORIES.2%. Unless these trends do not progress, we could be seeing the start of another wave of infections in the NCR (similar to what we saw in June)," David said on Twitter. was the top traded stock as it gained 1. Positivity rate refers to the percentage of people who were found positive for COVID-19 among the total number of individuals tested. According to data from the Department of Health (DOH) on Wednesday, NCR recorded the highest number of cases in the recent two weeks with 3,382. It was followed by Ayala Land Inc. Rontgene Solante reminded the public that the SARS-CoV-2 virus remains a threat.

This was followed by Calabarzon with 1,973, Western Visayas with 1,444, Central Luzon with 1,131, and Central Visayas with 1,078. Overall new COVID-19 infections in the Philippines logged on Wednesday were at 703 — the third day straight of fewer than 1,000 new cases.56 percent to P27. The DOH on Tuesday said it will hold another three-day nationwide COVID-19 vaccination drive in December in a bid to increase the booster uptake and inoculation rate among Filipino children. Based on DOH's data, 73., down 2.7 million Filipinos are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, while 20.

9 million individuals have received their first booster shot., up 0. Currently, the second booster shots are available only for frontline healthcare workers, senior citizens, and persons with comorbidities. More than 3., down 4.5 million Filipinos have received their second booster dose, according to the DOH. — Giselle Ombay/KBK, GMA Integrated News Tags: .60.