Pasay City posts 97.48% recovery from COVID-19

1/29/2022 3:30:00 PM

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The Pasay City government recorded on Friday, Jan. 28, a 97.48% recovery rate from COVID-19.

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The Pasay City government recorded on Friday, Jan. 28, a 97.48% recovery rate from coronavirus disease (COVID-19).Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano said the City Surveillance Unit (CESU) reported that out of the 28,400 confirmed cases, 27,683 have already recovered from the virus.

Rubiano said doctors and nurses are giving double time in monitoring the patients for their immediate recovery, bringing the active cases in the city down to 145.She said the city government is continuously encouraging all the residents to get the jabs against the dreaded disease for their own protection.

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28, a 97.48% recovery rate from coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Rubiao said aside from the learning kits, the day care students were also given uniforms for boys and girls, early childhood care and development (ECCD) checklist; hygiene kits with alcohol, toothpaste, toothbrush, face mask, baby wipes, face towel and nail cutter. Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano said the City Surveillance Unit (CESU) reported that out of the 28,400 confirmed cases, 27,683 have already recovered from the virus. The local government said the data released on Tuesday, Jan. Rubiano said doctors and nurses are giving double time in monitoring the patients for their immediate recovery, bringing the active cases in the city down to 145. The mayor led the distribution held at different covered courts in 201 barangays and was assisted by the City Social Welfare and Development chief Angie Roa-Yu. She said the city government is continuously encouraging all the residents to get the jabs against the dreaded disease for their own protection. The Alagang Valenzuelano Chikiting Food Patrol is Valenzuela City’s feeding program that aims to fight malnutrition in children.

The mayor said the city government is also distributing nutritious foods weekly to all COVID-19 patients.. The data also shows that there were 1,198,222 who have received their first jab and 123,230 with their booster shot. Rubiano said each food pack contains one whole chicken, 2 kilos of rice, vegetables, fruits, and ready to eat food. She added that home care kits were also distributed to all residents who are on home quarantine. . Caloocan City has recorded 270 active COVID-19 cases out of its of 69,361 confirmed cases as Jan.