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Active COVID-19 cases among Central Luzon cops rise to 203

/ 07:09 PM September 13, 2021
Active COVID-19 cases among Central Luzon cops rise to 203

FILE PHOTO: A police officer is vaccinated against COVID-19 at Camp Julian Olivas in Pampanga province. (Photo from the Police Regional Office 3)

OLONGAPO CITY The number of active COVID-19 cases among the police personnel in Central Luzon rose to 203 on Monday, local health data showed.

According to the public service of the Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3), at least 11 new infections were also registered on the same day.

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Since last year, 2,512 PRO3 personnel, including its non-uniformed workforce, have contracted COVID-19 but 2,303 of them have already been cleared of the virus. This reflected a 91.6 recovery rate.

The COVID-19 death toll of PRO3 remained at six with new fatalities on Monday. INQ

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