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442 new COVID-19 cases logged in Bicol

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The Department of Health has confirmed 442 new cases in Bicol, pushing the total caseload of the region to 32,236.

Active cases in Bicol are now 8,785 representing 27.25% of the total cases.

The distribution of the newly reported cases is as follows:

ALBAY: 72 (16.29%)
19 – Camalig
9 – Guinobatan
9 – Legazpi City
8 – Ligao
6 – Daraga
6 – Tabaco City
6 – Tiwi
4 – Libon
2 – Malinao
2 – Polangui
1 – Jovellar

CAM SUR: 215 (48.64%)
41 – Naga City
24 – Magarao
18 – Camaligan
14 – Tinambac
12 – Baao
12 – Lupi
12 – Nabua
11 – Lagonoy
10 – Canaman
10 – Pili
8 – Sagñay
7 – Iriga City
4 – Garchitorena
4 – Milaor
4 – Sipocot
4 – Tigaon
3 – Ragay
3 – San Jose
2 – Bombon
2 – Buhi
2 – Calabanga
2 – Ocampo
1 – Balatan
1 – Bato
1 – Cabusao
1 – Goa
1 – Libmanan
1 – Minalabac

CATANDUANES: 7 (1.58%)
2 – Bato
2 – San Andres
2 – Virac
1 – Bagamanoc

MASBATE: 89 (20.14%)
20 – Masbate City
14 – Claveria
12 – Mandaon
10 – Mobo
6 – Pio V Corpuz
5 – Batuan
5 – Milagros
5 – San Fernando
3 – Baleno
3 – Uson
2 – Cawayan
1 – Cataingan
1 – Dimasalang
1 – Esperanza
1 – San Jacinto

SORSOGON: 58 (13.12%)
15 – Sorsogon City
9 – Donsol
5 – Gubat
5 – Juban
5 – Magallanes
3 – Bulan
3 – Casiguran
3 – Irosin
3 – Pilar
2 – Matnog
2 – Prieto Diaz
1 – Bulusan
1 – Castilla
1 – Sta. Magdalena

OTHERS: 1 (0.23%)
1 – Dasmariñas, Cavite

A total of 119 patients recuperated from the disease, pushing the total number of recoveries to 22,418.

Meanwhile, the DOH confirmed the death of eight more patients, bringing the death toll toll to 1,033/.

The DOH explained that the report does not reflect the actual date of deaths, but 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,” the DOH said.