OCTA: COVID-19 reproduction number in NCR down to 1.20

1/23/2022 9:12:00 AM

The National Capital Region’s COVID-19 reproduction number, or the number of people that can be infected, decreased to 1.20 on Jan. 19 from 2.95 a week ago, OCTA Research says.

The National Capital Region’s COVID-19 reproduction number, or the number of people that can be infected, decreased to 1.20 on Jan. 19 from 2.95 a week ago, OCTA Research says.

The National Capital Region’s COVID-19 reproduction number, or the number of people that can be infected, decreased to 1.20 on Jan. 19 from 2.95 a week ago, the OCTA Research said on Sunday.

Metro Manila recorded 6,646 new COVID-19 cases on Jan. 22.“Comparing the number of new cases with the projections made on Jan. 20, the figure shows that new cases are tracking slightly below projections,” David added.Meanwhile, the average daily attack rate (ADAR) in NCR, or the number of confirmed cases in a certain area or population, decreased to 72 per day per 100,000, which is still at very high level.

“Residents of NCR are advised to continue to practice extreme caution and strictly comply with health protocols in public areas,” David said.Provinces record ‘new highs’OCTA also said some provinces recorded “new highs” in COVID-19 cases.Based on their ADAR, Baguio City and Iloilo City are under the severe outbreak classification. Baguio City and Iloilo City have ADARs of 152.39 and 82.38, respectively.

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January 22, 2022 Metro Manila recorded 6,646 new COVID-19 cases on Jan.MANILA, Philippines – New COVID-19 cases fell by 30% in Metro Manila from January 15 to 21, according to a report from the Octa Research group on Saturday, January 22.Data shared by OCTA Research fellow Guido David showed that COVID-19 cases are “surging in Baguio City, Iloilo City, Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City, Tacloban City, Davao City, and CDO (Cagayan de Oro).analytics group OCTA Research said Friday.

22. “Comparing the number of new cases with the projections made on Jan. While a decrease was recorded in Metro Manila, its average daily attack rate was still “severe” at 83. 20, the figure shows that new cases are tracking slightly below projections,” David added. Based on data shown by David, Metro Manila posted a -30 one-week growth rate of COVID-19 cases, while Baguio City posted a 137 percent growth rate; Iloilo City, 208 percent; Cebu City, 254 percent; Lapu-Lapu City, 96 percent; Tacloban, 142 percent; Davao City, 299 percent; and Cagayan de Oro, 236 percent. Meanwhile, the average daily attack rate (ADAR) in NCR, or the number of confirmed cases in a certain area or population, decreased to 72 per day per 100,000, which is still at very high level. Baguio was also severe with an ADAR of 152. “Residents of NCR are advised to continue to practice extreme caution and strictly comply with health protocols in public areas,” David said. If the projections come true, we should have less than 1k new cases per day in the NCR by Valentine's and less than 500 by end of February.

Provinces record ‘new highs’ OCTA also said some provinces recorded “new highs” in COVID-19 cases. The city’s cases grew by 137% in a week. Subscribe to our regional newsletter By providing an email address. Based on their ADAR, Baguio City and Iloilo City are under the severe outbreak classification. Baguio City and Iloilo City have ADARs of 152. In epidemiology, the attack rate is what measures the proportion of persons in a population who who get sick during a certain period.39 and 82.38, respectively. HUC update.

Cebu City, Iloilo City and Lapu Lapu had new highs in cases reported by DOH on Jan 22. This moved Iloilo City to severe outbreak classification (with Baguio). Surging in Baguio, Iloilo City, Cebu City, Lapu Lapu, Tacloban, Davao City, CDO. NCR downgraded from severe outbreak to very high risk. ..