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Cebu’s COVID-19 cases now down to 50 from thousands in June

/ 05:33 PM December 29, 2020

CEBU CITY –– From thousands in June, the number of active coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in Cebu province is down to 50.

The Dec. 28 report of the Provincial Health Office (PHO) shows that 14 are in hospitals while 36 others are in quarantine centers.

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At least 32 towns and two component cities are now free from COVID-19.

Cebu province has 44 towns and six component cities. During the surge of infections, all towns and cities registered COVID-19 cases.

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The PHO report shows that Cebu registered a total of 6,957 COVID-19 cases since March.

The following cities and towns are now COVID-19-free:

CITIES:
Bogo City
Carcar City

TOWNS
1. Alcoy
2. Alegria
3. Aloguinsan
4. Asturias
5. Bantayan
6. Barili
7. Boljoon
8. Borbon
9. Carmen
10. Catmon
11. Compostela
12. Daanbantayan
13. Dumanjug
14. Ginatilan
15. Dalaguete
16. Ginatilan
17. Madridejos
18. Malabuyoc
19. Medellin
20. Moalboal
21. Oslob
22. Pilar
23. Poro
24. Samboan
25. San Fernando
26. San Francisco
27. Santa Fe
28. Santander
29. Sogod
30. Tabogon
31. Tabuelan
32. Tudela

Edited by LZB

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