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56% of over 32,000 new COVID-19 instances logged in Metro Manila — Octa Analysis


A affected person suspected of getting COVID-19 was delivered to an ambulance amid one other wave of coronavirus in Metro Manila. (Picture from OVP / Fb)

MANILA, Philippines — Greater than half of the over 30,000 new COVID-19 instances lately recorded within the nation have been logged in Metro Manila, a fellow of the unbiased pandemic monitor Octa Analysis mentioned on Thursday.

Guido David on Twitter mentioned that 56 % or 18,140 of the 32,246 instances posted on Wednesday have been from Metro Manila.

In the meantime, 6,944 of Wednesday’s new instances have been listed within the Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon) area.

This accounts for 22 % of the brand new COVID-19 infections.

Ten % or 3,326 instances, alternatively, have been recorded in Central Luzon, David mentioned.

There is no need to tighten restrictions yet in Metro Manila despite the recent uptick of COVID-19 cases in the region, the independent pandemic monitor Octa Research Group said Monday.

(Screengrab from Pandesal Discussion board-Kamuning Bakery Cafe Fb Dwell)

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