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DOH logs 438 COVID-19 cases in Bicol

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The Department of Health has logged 438 new COVID-19 infections in Bicol, pushing the region’s total caseload to 48,760.

Active cases as of January 11 are now at 3,532, representing 7.24% of the total cases.

The distribution of newly reported cases is as follows:

ALBAY: 85 (19.41%)
26 – Legazpi City
17 – Tabaco City
8 – Camalig
8 – Daraga
8 – Tiwi
7 – Ligao City
3 – Manito
2 – Bacacay
2 – Polangui
2 – Libon
1 – Guinobatan
1 – Malilipot

CAM NORTE: 62 (14.16%)
22 – Daet
16 – Labo
7 – Paracale
5 – Basud
3 – Jose Panganiban
3 – Santa Elena
3 – Vinzons
1 – Capalonga
1 – Mercedes
1 – San Vicente

CAM SUR: 184 (42.01%)
77 – Naga City
25 – Pili
14 – Calabanga
5 – Cabusao
5 – Canaman
5 – Libmanan
5 – Minalabac
4 – Balatan
4 – Bato
4 – Iriga City
4 – Nabua
4 – San Fernando
4 – Sipocot
3 – Goa
3 – Milaor
2 – Buhi
2 – Bula
2 – Camaligan
2 – Magarao
2 – Ragay
2 – San Jose
2 – Tinambac
1 – Bombon
1 – Gainza
1 – Pamplona
1 – Sagñay

CATANDUANES: 34 (7.76%)
15 – Virac
5 – Caramoran
4 – Panganiban
3 – Baras
3 – Bato
3 – Pandan
1 – San Miguel

SORSOGON: 71 (16.21%)
23 – Sorsogon City
12 – Castilla
10 – Bulan
5 – Gubat
5 – Prieto Diaz
4 – Irosin
3 – Juban
3 – Matnog
2 – Casiguran
1 – Barcelona
1 – Donsol
1 – Pilar
1 – Santa Magdalena

OTHERS: 2 (0.46%)
1 – Macabebe, Pampanga
1 – Pagsanghan, Samar

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

The department also reported 29 new recoveries, bringing the total number of those who recovered from the disease to 43,227.

One more death was logged in the region to push the death toll to 2,000.

“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.