10 test positive for coronavirus, add to Bohol’s COVID-19 tally
TAGBILARAN CITY— At least 10 persons tested positive for SARS Cov2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in Bohol on Monday (Sept. 14).
In a post on Facebook, Gov. Arthur Yap said the patients were from the towns of Candijay, Dimiao, Calape, Loboc, San Miguel, Carmen, and Talibon.
As of Sept. 14, Bohol has 267 COVID-19 cases with 221 recoveries and eight fatalities.
San Miguel Mayor Virgilio Mendez said the family of the patient in her town would be immediately tested.
He advised residents to take extra precaution and to report immediately those who are showing symptoms of COVID-19 like cough, sore throat, diarrhea, fever, and loss of taste.
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