PH COVID-19 cases surpass 150,000 with 6,216 new infections

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The number of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in the Philippines surpassed 150,000 on Friday after the Department of Health (DOH) reported 6,216 new infections, bringing the total to 153,660.

This marks the third biggest single-day tally of new cases, the third time this month to have more than 6,000 new cases, and the third consecutive day where over 4,000 new cases were reported.

Meanwhile, the provinces of cities with the highest number of new cases are the National Capital Region with 3,848, Laguna with 302, Rizal with 242, Cavite with 240, and Bulacan with 178.
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A total of 82 cases were also removed from the total case count.

The DOH also announced that total recoveries increased to 71,405 with 1,038 new cases while 16 new fatalities brought the nationwide death toll to 2,442.
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Top reporting regions were NCR with 3,848 (62%) cases, followed by CALABARZON (1,016 or 16%) and Region 3 (311 or 5%). Also noted are the 278 cases reported among Returning Overseas Filipinos (ROF). These were from the submission of 98 of the 103 confirming laboratories, which is relatively higher compared to previous days which explains the high number of reported cases.

Of these newly reported cases, 4,973 (80%) occurred within the recent 14 days (August 1-14, 2020). The top regions with cases in these recent two weeks were NCR (3,044 or 61%), CALABARZON (896 or 18%), and Region 3 (290 or 6%).

For NCR, 45% of new cases were from three cities. Laguna, Rizal, and Cavite remain the top three provinces in CALABARZON where new cases are reported.

A total of 1,038 new recoveries are reported bringing the total recoveries to 71,405 or 46% of cumulative cases. There were 16 additional deaths. Of the 16, eight (50%) occurred in August, four (25%) in July, three (19%) in April, and one (6%) in May. The eight deaths in August were reported from NCR (4), Region 5 (2), Region 7 (1), and Region 9 (1). Note that of the 90 cumulative deaths which occurred in August, 37 (41%) were from NCR.

Note that there were 81 duplicates that were removed from the total case count. Of these, four (4) recovered cases were removed. There's also one (1) recovered case found to be negative and was removed in total case count. We also updated the health status of 15 cases that were previously reported as recovered but after final validation, they were deaths (4) and active (11) cases.

Fifty-one percent of intensive care unit beds for patients are occupied, while 30 percent of ventilators are being used.

As the number of cases continues to rise, the Department of Education on Friday announced that President Rodrigo Duterte has approved its recommendation to move the opening of School Year 2020-2021 from August 24 to October 5.


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