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April 8, 2021
   
The DOH reported 9,216 new cases, bringing the total to 828,366. The DOH also reported 60 new deaths. This brings the total of COVID-19 fatalities to 14,119. Active cases, which refer to the cases currently positive with COVID-19, are at 167,279. PSA notes that the total number of cases includes both recoveries and deaths, as well those who ...
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April 8, 2021
   
Pre-requisite for MGCQ: According to the government’s decision matrix, in order for Metro Manila to fall under the “low risk” category, the region will have to record an average of 901.41 new cases within a 2-week period. This is marked by the red dotted line on the chart.  Meanwhile, for Metro Manila’s attack rate to ...
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April 8, 2021
   
On April 8, Vice President Leni Robredo announced the launching of the Office of the Vice President’s (OVP) free teleconsultation service called “Bayanihan E-Konsulta.” This service is reportedly accessible to those who do not have internet only have access to free mobile data.
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April 8, 2021
   
On April 08, the DOH and the FDA announced that they are temporarily suspending the use of AstraZeneca vaccines among individuals below 60 years old. According to FDA Director-General Eric Domingo in the press release, “We are aware of the recommendation of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to list blood clots as very rare side ...
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April 8, 2021
   
As of April 6, 2021, the DOH reported the following COVID-19 bed and mechanical ventilator capacity in the hospitals nationwide: As of April 6, the most up to date critical care utilization rate of the regions with the highest occupancy are as follows:  National Critical Care Utilization RateICU Beds – 62.12 percentIsolation Beds – 49.51 ...
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April 8, 2021
   
As of April 06, 2021 By the Presence of Concerning Variants Beyond the case indicators and critical care utilization rate, PSA considers Central Visayas and Metro Manila as areas of concern due to the presence of variants under investigation from SARS-COV-2 samples collected in this region. In Central Visayas, several samples were detected to have ...
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April 8, 2021
   
Case Growth Indicators As of April 06, Cordillera Administrative Region has a recorded 91.14 percent two-week growth rate and a daily average attack rate of 18.97 per 100,000 persons. Starting April 02, that the regional two-week growth rate has increased past 50 percent. Meanwhile, the region recorded a daily average attack rate above 7 since ...
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April 8, 2021
   
Case Growth Indicators As of April 06, Cagayan Valley has a recorded 175.06 percent two-week growth rate and a daily average attack rate of 14.29 per 100,000 persons. Starting March 22, the two-week growth rate increased beyond 200 percent. But starting April 03, the rate decreased below this threshold. Meanwhile, the region’s daily average attack ...
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April 8, 2021
   
Case Growth Indicators As of April 06, Central Luzon has a recorded 105.29 percent two-week growth rate and a daily average attack rate of 8.37 per 100,000 persons. On March 26, the two-week growth rate increased beyond 200 percent before falling below the threshold on March 27. It increased once again on March 28 and ...
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April 8, 2021
   
As of April 06, Ilocos Region has a recorded 253.56 percent two-week growth rate and a daily average attack rate of 4.17 per 100,000 persons. Starting April 04, the two-week growth rate increased beyond 200 percent. Meanwhile, the region’s daily average attack rate remains below 7. Pangasinan has the highest number of cumulative cases at ...
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April 8, 2021
   
Case Growth Indicators As of April 06, Calabarzon has a recorded 102.56 percent two-week growth rate and a daily average attack rate of 11.89 per 100,000 persons. Starting March 19, the two-week growth rate increased beyond 200 percent. But, starting March 27, the rate decreased before that threshold. Meanwhile, the region’s daily average attack rate ...
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April 8, 2021
   
Case Growth Indicators As of April 06, Metro Manila has a recorded 73.39 percent two-week growth rate and a daily average attack rate of 39.48 per 100,000 persons. From February 18 to March 04, the regional two-week growth rate has been within 10 percent to 90 percent. But, starting March 05, the rate increased past ...
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