Olongapo logs record-high COVID-19 cases at 504 | Inquirer News

Olongapo logs record-high COVID-19 cases at 504

Olongapo police intensify their monitoring of checkpoints as the city continues to experience a surge in COVID-19 cases. (Photo courtesy of Olongapo City Information Center)

OLONGAPO CITY—At least 23 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded Monday in this city, bringing the active infections to 504, local health data showed.

The number was the highest active COVID-19 cases recorded in the city since the pandemic began last year.

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The latest infected with the viral disease are residents aged 12 to 77 from nine of the city’s 17 villages.

The city has tallied 3,582 COVID-19 cases, but 2,887 of these have been cleared of the disease, including the 15 who recovered Monday.

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The city’s recovery rate was at 80 percent, which is an all-time low.

The local task force said an 84-year-old woman was the latest to succumb to COVID-19, raising to 191 the city’s death toll.

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