Frontliner in hospital is Valenzuela’s new COVID-19 case
MANILA, Philippines — One resident, who is a frontliner at a hospital in Valenzuela City, was infected with the coronavirus disease, bringing the total number of cases to 42.
In a post from the city government on Saturday, the latest COVID-19 case, dubbed VC42 is a 49-year-old man.
#COVID19 UPDATE: Valenzuela City Monitoring Report as of 6:00 pm, April 11, 2020
Our City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit report an additional positive case of COVID-19 in Valenzuela City bringing our total to 42.FEATURED STORIES
VC42 is a 49-year-old male, a frontliner in a hospital. pic.twitter.com/VD0j8e5F9n
— valenzuelacity (@valenzuelacity) April 11, 2020
Also, the Valenzuela City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit reported that the number of recovered patients remained at three while the number of deaths due to COVID-19 was still at four.
The city government also documented 242 persons under investigation or what the Department of Health (DOH) classified as “suspect.”
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