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Number of overseas Filipinos infected with coronavirus now at 634

Of the 634 cases reported, 383 are undergoing treatment while 172 have recovered or have been discharged. There have been 79 deaths.

4/10/2020 2:26:00 PM

Of the 634 cases reported, 383 are undergoing treatment while 172 have recovered or have been discharged. There have been 79 deaths. coronavirus

Of the 634 cases reported, 383 are undergoing treatment while 172 have recovered or have been discharged. There have been 79 deaths.

Updated 7:04 PM, April 10, 2020A quarantine team from DOH assists repatriated OFWs from different countries into a hotel-turned isolation facility in Malate. Manila on April 2, 2020, for the start of their 14-day quarantine. Photo by Ben Nabong/Rappler

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MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Friday, April 10, confirmed 634 cases of overseas Filipinos with the coronavirus.In a statement, the DFA said,"To date, the DFA reports a total of 634 confirmed COVID-19 cases among our nationals across the Americas, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, and Middle East/Africa, of which 27.1% have recovered and 12.5% fatalities recorded."

Cases were spread across 39 countries.Here's the breakdown of cases per region: Read more: Rappler »

DFA: Number of Pinoys abroad with COVID-19 up by 27; total at 634

Seven Filipinos overseas die due to COVID-19; total Filipino COVID-19 cases abroad now at 634BREAKING: The Department of Foreign Affairs confirms that seven more Filipinos overseas have died of COVID-19 , as the total number of Filipinos abroad with the coronavirus rises to 634.

Duque touts Philippines' small number of COVID-19 casesLet's not count the eggs first... Small number kasi limited testing pa lang. Duque naman. Few tests made, low number of positive cases

PH has ‘low’ number of COVID-19 cases despite limited testing – DuqueMANILA, Philippines — The number of confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 ( COVID-19 ) in the Philippines , despite limited testing, is relatively “low” compared to other countries, Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said on Thursday in a briefing led by President Rodrigo Duterte. ADVERTISEMENT According to Duque, the country’s COVID-19 incidence is two for every one million of […] DYGalvezINQ Ok? So ilan pa ang gusto mo mamatay SecDuque para masabi mo na seryosong bagay ito! DYGalvezINQ It is low because DOH did not do mass testing of the Filipinos. If there is mass testing, many will be seen infected. DYGalvezINQ Can they correlate actual number of tests to actual number of confirmed cases? That would give us a better insight. 20 tests and 2 confirmed vs 200 tests and 20 confirmed have the same percentage but more testing leads to more reliability!

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