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DOH logs 443 new cases in Bicol, to push total infections to 29,357

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The total COVID-19 cases in Bicol Region have surges past the 29,000 mark after the Department of Health logged an additional 443 cases.

Total cases as of September 12 are now 29,357, of which 6,718 are tagged as active cases.

The distribution of newly reported cases is as follows:

ALBAY: 57 (12.87%)
26 – Malinao
11 – Pio Duran
9 – Tabaco City
4 – Legazpi City
2 – Malilipot
2 – Oas
1 – Guinobatan
1 – Libon
1 – Ligao City

CAM NORTE: 33 (7.45%)
12 – Daet
9 – Labo
4 – Vinzons
3 – Basud
2 – Talisay
1 – Jose Panganiban
1 – Mercedes
1 – Sta. Elena

CAM SUR: 202 (45.60%)
97 – Naga City
18 – Sipocot
14 – Milaor
11 – Lagonoy
11 – Pili
10 – Gainza
5 – Camaligan
4 – Baao
4 – Goa
4 – Libmanan
3 – Pamplona
3 – San Fernando
2 – Bula
2 – Calabanga
2 – Nabua
2 – Ocampo
2 – Ragay
1 – Bato
1 – Canaman
1 – Del Gallego
1 – Magarao
1 – Minalabac
1 – Pasacao
1 – San Jose
1 – Tigaon

CATANDUANES: 1 (0.23%)
1 – Virac

MASBATE: 118 (26.64%)
28 – Aroroy
26 – Masbate City
11 – Balud
11 – San Fernando
9 – Esperanza
7 – Cataingan
5 – Placer
3 – Cawayan
3 – Dimasalang
3 – Mandaon
3 – Milagros
3 – Mobo
2 – Palanas
1 – Monreal
1 – Pio V Corpuz
1 – San Jacinto
1 – Uson

SORSOGON: 31 (7.00%)
16 – Sorsogon City
4 – Casiguran
4 – Matnog
3 – Gubat
2 – Juban
1 – Bulan
1 – Irosin

OTHERS: 1 (0.23%)
1 – Quezon Province

The Department also logged 151 new recoveries, pushing the total to 21,639.

Death toll on the other hand rose to 1,000 after 8 new fatalities were confirmed.

According to the DOH, the report does not reflect the actual date of deaths. and they are based on validated reports with death certificates.

“The fight against COVID-19 rests primarily in each individual action. Everyone should take the necessary precautions to protect themselves and others from contracting the virus,” said the DOH.