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Recovery rate among Central Luzon cops rises to 95%

/ 07:05 PM October 04, 2021
Recovery rate among Central Luzon cops rises to 95%

Female cops under the Central Luzon police. (Photo from the Police Regional Office 3)

OLONGAPO CITY The number of infected police personnel in Central Luzon who have recovered from COVID-19 rose to 2,666 as of Monday, including the seven new recoveries recorded that day.

According to the data from the health service of the Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3), this brought down to only 132 the number of active cases among its workforce. Only seven new cases were recorded on the same day.

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On Sunday, the PRO3 recorded 32 recoveries, its highest number of patients who survived the viral disease in recent weeks.

So far, the PRO3’s recovery rate has increased to 95 percent, which was an improvement from 91 percent the previous week.

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Since last year, it has recorded 2,804 COVID-19 cases with seven deaths. INQ

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