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Bicol’s active COVID-19 cases rise to 10,045

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The active COVID-19 case rate in Bicol Region has climbed to more than 30% while the total cases rose to 35,142.

Active cases in Bicol are now at 10,045 representing 30.16% of the total cases, after the Department of Health listed 554 new COVID-19 infections.

The distribution of newly reported cases is as follows:

ALBAY: 87 (15.70%)
17 – Legazpi City
13 – Ligao City
10 – Tiwi
9 – Camalig
9 – Polangui
7 – Guinobatan
6 – Malinao
6 – Oas
5 – Tabaco City
2 – Malilipot
1 – Bacacay
1 – Daraga
1 – Libon

CAM NORTE: 12 (2.17%)
6 – Daet
3 – Talisay
1 – Jose Panganiban
1 – Labo
1 – Paracale

CAM SUR: 215 (38.81%)
64 – Naga City
21 – Calabanga
18 – Pamplona
13 – Goa
13 – Tinambac
11 – Canaman
10 – Iriga City
10 – San Fernando
8 – Minalabac
6 – Pili
4 – Bato
4 – Buhi
4 – Cabusao
4 – Camaligan
4 – Libmanan
3 – Siruma
2 – Lagonoy
2 – Milaor
2 – Nabua
2 – Ocampo
2 – Ragay
2 – Sipocot
1 – Baao
1 – Bula
1 – Magarao
1 – Pasacao
1 – San Jose
1 – Tigaon

CATANDUANES: 15 (2.71%)
6 – Viga
4 – San Andres
3 – Bagamanoc
1 – Gigmoto
1 – Virac

MASBATE: 100 (18.05%)
16 – Aroroy
13 – Mobo
12 – Balud
11 – Milagros
8 – Claveria
7 – San Jacinto
6 – Batuan
6 – San Fernando
5 – Masbate City
5 – Monreal
3 – Baleno
3 – Esperanza
3 – San Pascual
1 – Cataingan
1 – Mandaon

SORSOGON: 125 (22.56%)
49 – Sorsogon City
15 – Juban
12 – Donsol
9 – Magallanes
7 – Gubat
6 – Castilla
5 – Irosin
4 – Barcelona
4 – Bulan
4 – Prieto Diaz
3 – Pilar
2 – Bulusan
2 – Casiguran
2 – Matnog
1 – Santa Magdalena

The DOH said the details of newly reported cases are forwarded to concerned Provincial/City/Hospital Epidemiology and Surveillance Units (ESUs) and LGUs.

Meanwhile, the DOH also logged 206 new recoveries, pushing the total number of recoveries to 23,464.

Death toll also climbed to 1,079 after two new fatalities were confirmed.

“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.