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Total COVID-19 cases in Bicol surge past 30,000 mark

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The COVID-19 cases in Bicol Region have exceed 30,000 after 395 new infections were confirmed by the Department of Health.

As of September 14, the active cases are now 7,198 representing 23.85% of the total cases.

The distribution of newly reported cases is as follows:

ALBAY: 120 (30.38%)
21 – Legazpi City
18 – Polangui
12 – Daraga
10 – Camalig
10 – Tabaco City
9 – Ligao City
7 – Bacacay
7 – Guinobatan
6 – Malilipot
5 – Malinao
5 – Tiwi
3 – Libon
3 – Oas
2 – Pio Duran
1 – Jovellar
1 – Manito

CAM NORTE: 33 (8.35%)
9 – Jose Panganiban
7 – Daet
7 – Labo
7 – Vinzons
1 – Basud
1 – Mercedes
1 – San Lorenzo Ruiz

CAM SUR: 178 (45.06%)
34 – Ragay
18 – Buhi
16 – Naga City
16 – Sagñay
11 – Cabusao
11 – Lagonoy
9 – Nabua
8 – Pasacao
8 – Pili
5 – Bombon
5 – Canaman
4 – Bula
4 – Minalabac
3 – Baao
3 – Del Gallego
3 – Iriga City
3 – Pamplona
2 – Camaligan
2 – Gainza
2 – Goa
2 – San Fernando
2 – Tigaon
1 – Bato
1 – Calabanga
1 – Libmanan
1 – Lupi
1 – Magarao
1 – Sipocot
1 – Tinambac

CATANDUANES: 25 (6.33%)
7 – San Andres
7 – Virac
4 – San Miguel
3 – Viga
2 – Panganiban
1 – Bagamanoc
1 – Baras

MASBATE: 6 (1.52%)
2 – Masbate City
1 – Aroroy
1 – Cataingan
1 – San Fernando
1 – San Pascual

SORSOGON: 29 (7.34%)
14 – Sorsogon City
3 – Bulan
3 – Irosin
2 – Bulusan
2 – Magallanes
2 – Pilar
1 – Barcelona
1 – Casiguran
1 – Gubat

OTHERS: 4 (1.01%)
1 – Caloocan
1 – Binangonan, Rizal
1 – Las Piñas
1 – Makati

The DOH also logged 165 new recoveries, to push the total to 21,997.

Meanwhile, the death toll climbed to 1,011 after four persons succumbed to the disease.

“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.