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2 more Angeles City residents succumb to COVID-19

/ 11:58 AM July 15, 2021
Angeles City government employee disinfects the city hall

An employee of the Angeles City government disinfects the city hall as a precaution against COVID-19. (Photo from the Angeles City government)

ANGELES CITY, Pampanga—Two more residents in this city died due to COVID-19 complications, the city government said Wednesday.

One of the fatalities was from Balibago, the city’s biggest and most commercialized village, while the other was from Barangay Pulung Cacutud.

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A total of 304 city residents had died due to COVID-19 since the pandemic began last year.

Local data also showed that 31 new cases and 13 recoveries were registered on Wednesday.

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COVID-19 cases reported in the city totaled 6,912, of which 6,286 had recovered.

Balibago and Pulung Cacutud have the most active cases at 23 each, followed by Barangay Sto. Domingo with 21, and Barangay Malabanias with 18.

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