3 die, 110 recover from COVID-19 in Aurora province | Inquirer News

3 die, 110 recover from COVID-19 in Aurora province

/ 05:53 PM June 14, 2021

Personnel from different government units man a quarantine checkpoint in Baler town, Aurora province. (Photo from the Baler municipal government)

MABALACAT CITY, Pampanga Three people died while 110 recovered from severe respiratory illness COVID-19 in Aurora province on Sunday (June 13), the province’s emergency operation center reported.

The three new fatalities two residents of Baler town and another from Dingalan raised to 56 the number of people who died from the viral disease in the province since the start of the pandemic last year.


The new recoveries, on the other hand, brought down the number of active cases from 529 last Saturday to 429 on Sunday. Aurora’s total number of recovered patients from COVID-19 is now at 1,226.

Aurora also reported 13 new infections, bringing its total COVID-19 cases to 1,711 as of June 13.


The capital town of Baler has the most active cases at 107, followed by Maria Aurora town at 98, and San Luis with 63 active cases. INQ

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