COVID-19 Philippines Records Over 15k Cases In A Day, Celebs React

Famous celebs react to the increasing COVID-19 Philippines cases which logged over 15k recently.

COVID-19 PHILIPPINES – The recent cases recorded in the Philippines for COVID-19 reached 15,310 in a single day, the highest so far, and celebs react to this.

After over a year of being in quarantine, the number of infected COVID-19 cases in the Philippines remained increasing and each day, the country records a new high. And in the recent report, it has been told that the country logged 5,310 additional coronavirus disease cases on Friday, April 2, which is the highest single-day tally yet. The Department of Health (DOH) noted that 3,709 backlog cases for there were some issues in “uploading cases in the system” last March 31.

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With the additional cases, the active ones in the country are now at 153,809 where 96.3 percent were exhibiting mild symptoms, 2.4 percent asymptomatic, 0.5 percent in critical condition, 0.5 percent experience severe symptoms, and 0.32 were in moderate condition. To recall, it’s been since March 24 that the country has been recording over 6,000 cases in just a single day.

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And with these increasing numbers recorded day to day, famous celebrities reacted and expressed their frustration because it seems like nothing is happening as a good result despite all the restrictions implemented.

Check out below:

Janno Gibbs complained about the dramatic increase everyday despite the curfew and lockdowns.

Angelica Panganiban expressed sadness over this and stressed that free mass testing must be pushed through for the people who couldn’t afford it.

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Angel Locsin on her feed put on some words of encouragement for the frontliners wishing them good health and additional strength.

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