Woman’s recovery brings back zero COVID-19 tally to Olongapo

OLONGAPO CITY—The last COVID-19 case here has been erased from the city’s coronavirus count, making it zero.

Mayor Rolen Paulino Jr. said the latest to recover is a 23-year-old woman who tested positive for the virus on July 2.


The woman was the first COVID-19 case reported in the city after more than a month without any case.

But Paulino said the city is still monitoring 15 suspected COVID-19 infections, 12 of whom are admitted to a hospital while three are on home quarantine.


Fifteen COVID-19 cases had been recorded in the city, 13 of them had recovered while two had died.


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