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DOH logs 208 new COVID-19 cases in Bicol

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The COVID-19 cumulative cases in Bicol have risen to 11,571 after the Health department recorded 208 new coronavirus disease infections.

Active cases as of May 27 are now at 3,542 representing 30.61% of the total cases.

The distribution of newly reported cases is as follows:
ALBAY: 46 (22.12%)
7 – Tiwi
6 – Legazpi City
6 – Daraga
5 – Manito
4 – Guinobatan
3 – Bacacay
3 – Ligao City
3 – Camalig
3 – Oas
3 – Tabaco City
1 – Malinao
1 – Polangui
1 – Rapu-Rapu
CAM NORTE: 27 (12.98%)
8 – Paracale
7 – Labo
5 – Daet
3 – Mercedes
2 – San Lorenzo Ruiz
1 – San Vicente
1 – Sta. Elena
CAM SUR: 92 (44.23%)
22 – Naga City
13 – Pili
12 – Nabua
6 – Iriga City
4 – Calabanga
4 – Milaor
4 – Pasacao
3 – Camaligan
3 – Canaman
3 – Caramoan
3 – Ragay
2 – Bato
2 – Bula
2 – Magarao
1 – Balatan
1 – Bombon
1 – Del Gallego
1 – Goa
1 – Minalabac
1 – Pamplona
1 – San Jose
1 – Sipocot
1 – Tigaon
CATANDUANES: 12 (5.77%)
4 – Virac
3 – Caramoran
2 – Bato
1 – Baras
1 – San Andres
1 – San Miguel
SORSOGON: 27 (12.98%)
21 – Sorsogon City
3 – Castilla
2 – Bulusan
1 – Gubat
OTHERS: 4 (1.92%)
2 – Parañaque
1 – Imus, Cavite
1 – Bacoor, Cavite
The DOH said the details of newly reported cases are forwarded to concerned Provincial/City/Hospital Epidemiology and Surveillance Units (ESUs) and LGUs.

It added that releasing of personal information of patients is governed by the provisions of the Data Privacy Act (R.A. 10173).

Meanwhile, 27 patients have recovered from the disease, bringing the total number of recoveries to 7,641.

The DOH reported 5 new fatalities. Death toll rose to 388.

“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.