Olongapo City reports 11 new COVID-19 cases


SAN ANTONIO, ZAMBALES – A 10-month-old infant is among Olongapo City’s 11 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients as of Friday (Aug. 21).


The  infant is the nephew of a COVID-19 patient, said Mayor Rolen Paulino Jr.

Three of the 11 new patients are employees of a locator at  Subic Bay Freeport.


The new cases raised the number of COVID-19 cases in the city to 116, including 37 recoveries and fourr deaths.


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