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2 more die from COVID-19 in 2 Pampanga cities

/ 11:08 AM July 28, 2021

ANGELES CITY––Another resident in this city and the City of San Fernando died from COVID-19, local government authorities disclosed Tuesday, July 27.

The latest COVID-19 fatalities were from Barangay Amsic here and Barangay San Agustin in San Fernando.

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The Angeles government recorded 12 new COVID-19 patients on Tuesday, bringing its total active cases to 371. It also registered 20 recoveries.

A total of 7,264 residents have contracted the disease since the pandemic began last year. Of these, 6,575 have recovered, while 318 have died.

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San Fernando registered 39 new cases and 17 recoveries on Tuesday.

It recorded 5,963 cases since the onset of the pandemic last year, of which 5,431 have recovered, while 194 have died.

Pampanga’s capital city has 338 active COVID-19 cases as of July 28.

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