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Coronavirus hits 83 more cops; PNP cases reach 2,621

By: - Reporter / @ConsINQ
09:41 PM August 11, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine National Police recorded 83 more cases of COVID-19, boosting the total number of cases in the police organization to 2,621.

Of the 83, 32 were from Metro Manila police; eight each from Central Luzon and Bicol Region; six from Mimaropa; five each from National Headquarters and Special Action Force; three each from Calabarzon and Central Visayas;  and two from Information Technology Services.

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Meanwhile, one case each was recorded from PNP Retirement and Benefits Administration Service; Anti-Kidnapping Group; Criminal Investigation and Detection Group; Highway Patrol Group; Western Visayas; Zamboanga Peninsula; Davao Region and Bangsamoro Administrative Region.

In its updated figure on Tuesday, 143 more recoveries in the PNP were documented, pushing the total number of survivors to 1,757.

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Fatalities in PNP remained at 12 with no new deaths.

The police force is monitoring 2,152 suspects and 853 probable cases.[ac]

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