No new coronavirus cases in Quezon City for the past two days.
QUEZON CITY – Integrated Provincial Health Office (IPHO) recorded no new cases of coronavirus in Quezon City for the past two days.
The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease declared as pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). This has come from a new strain of coronavirus and the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.
Philippines now has 14,319 coronavirus cases recorded as of May 25 update from the Department of Health (DOH) with 3,323 recoveries and 873 deaths. And as of May 11, Cebu City surpassed Quezon City in terms of having the highest number of confirmed cases.
And last Sunday, according to 8 A.M. bulletin from Integrated Provincial Health Office (IPHO), Quezon recorded an additional of 85 cases and that was the last number recorded. For the past two days, Quezon has no new cases as per Inquirer. Globally, there are already over 5.49 million cases, more than 2.23 million who got recovered, and over 346,000 deaths as of this writing.
Quezon City, Metro Manila’s biggest city alone has 2,000 confirmed cases, 169 death, and 624 have recovered. Here are the areas or barangays that have the highest number of active cases:
- Culiat – 49 active cases
- Batasan Hills – 35 active cases
- Pasong Tamo – 32 active cases
- Bahay Toro – 32 active cases
- New Era – 27 active cases
Last May 16, the city implemented modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) and the rest of Metro Manila. They have 3 dedicated quarantine facilities. The local government has placed two more areas under the special concern lockdown (SCL) and this is still because of the pandemic.
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