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459 new COVID-19 infections logged in Bicol

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The Health department has logged 459 new COVID-19 cases in Bicol, bringing the region’s total infections to 49,820.

As of January 13, the total active cases are 4,531 or around 9% of the total cumulative cases.

The distribution of newly reported cases is as follows:

ALBAY: 85 (18.52%)
34 – Legazpi City
14 – Daraga
12 – Tabaco City
5 – Malilipot
3 – Bacacay
3 – Ligao City
3 – Polangui
2 – Guinobatan
2 – Malinao
2 – Rapu-Rapu
2 – Pio Duran
1 – Libon
1 – Oas
1 – Tiwi

CAM NORTE: 61 (13.29%)
16 – Daet
10 – Labo
9 – Basud
7 – Vinzons
6 – Santa Elena
5 – Paracale
3 – Jose Panganiban
2 – Mercedes
2- Talisay
1 – San Vicente

CAM SUR: 214 (46.62%)
92 – Naga City
17 – Pili
14 – Iriga City
10 – Cabusao
10 – Nabua
7 – Pamplona
7 – Sipocot
6 – Baao
6 – Magarao
6 – Tinambac
4 – Camaligan
4 – Libmanan
4 – San Fernando
3 – Bato
3 – Canaman
3 – Milaor
2 – Buhi
2 – Bula
2 – Lupi
2 – Minalabac
2 – Pasacao
2 – Ragay
1 – Bombon
1 – Caramoan
1 – Gainza
1 – Lagonoy
1 – Presentacion
1 – San Jose

CATANDUANES: 14 (3.05%)
6 – Viga
4 – Virac
2 – Pandan
1 – Bagamanoc
1 – Caramoran

MASBATE: 2 (0.44%)
1 – Masbate City
1 – Palanas

SORSOGON: 83 (18.08%)
31 – Sorsogon City
10 – Irosin
9 – Bulan
7- Juban
5 – Casiguran
5 – Gubat
4 – Bulusan
4 – Pilar
2 – Donsol
2 – Prieto Diaz
1 – Barcelona
1 – Castilla
1 – Matnog
1 – Santa Magdalena

The DOH also reported 17 new recoveries, pushing the total number of recoveries to 43,288. Death toll remains at 2,001.

The department stressed that 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 department.