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613 new COVID-19 cases registered in Bicol

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The total COVID-19 cases in Bicol have risen to 35,755 after the Department of Health logged an additional 613 new infections — more than half of which were registered in Camarines Sur.

Active cases as of September 25 are now at 11,121 or 31.10% of the total cases.

The distribution of newly reported cases is as follows:

ALBAY: 95 (15.50%)
17 – Tiwi
15 – Legazpi City
10 – Camalig
10 – Daraga
9 – Bacacay
7 – Ligao City
6 – Guinobatan
6 – Tabaco City
5 – Polangui
4 – Santo Domingo
2 – Malilipot
2 – Oas
1 – Libon
1 – Manito

CAM NORTE: 75 (12.23%)
19 – Talisay
15 – Daet
9 – Basud
8 – Jose Panganiban
8 – Vinzons
7 – Labo
3 – Santa Elena
2 – San Lorenzo Ruiz
1 – Capalonga
1 – Mercedes
1 – Paracale
1 – San Vicente

CAM SUR: 335 (54.65%)
145 – Naga City
45 – Pili
20 – Tigaon
16 – San Jose
13 – Bula
12 – Ragay
10 – Tinambac
9 – Canaman
8 – Pasacao
7 – Siruma
6 – Bato
6 – Nabua
5 – Iriga City
5 – Magarao
4 – Garchitorena
4 – Sagñay
3 – Libmanan
2 – Camaligan
2 – Goa
2 – Ocampo
2 – San Fernando
2 – Sipocot
1 – Buhi
1 – Cabusao
1 – Calabanga
1 – Gainza
1 – Minalabac
1 – Pamplona
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CATANDUANES: 7 (1.14%)
4 – Viga
1 – Pandan
1 – San Andres
1 – Virac

MASBATE: 29 (4.73%)
7 – Aroroy
7 – Masbate City
7 – San Fernando
2 – Dimasalang
2 – Esperanza
1 – Mandaon
1 – Milagros
1 – Placer
1 – San Jacinto

SORSOGON: 72 (11.75%)
21 – Sorsogon City
13 – Irosin
9 – Donsol
7 – Magallanes
5 – Gubat
4 – Bulan
3 – Castilla
2 – Casiguran
2 – Juban
2 – Matnog
2 – Pilar
1 – Barcelona
1 – Prieto Diaz

The DOH also logged 90 new recoveries to push the total to 23,554. Death toll also rose to 1,080 after one more fatality was logged.

“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,” the DOH said.