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No new COVID-19 cases in Zambales after 20 months

/ 08:48 PM November 15, 2021

For the first time after one year and eight months, this province did not record any new COVID-19 case on Sunday (Nov. 14), an official said.

SAN ANTONIO, Zambales — For the first time after one year and eight months, this province did not record any new COVID-19 case on Sunday (Nov. 14), an official said.

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In an advisory, Dr. Noel Bueno, provincial health director, said the province’s active cases further dropped to 116 after four more patients have recovered from the viral disease.

It was in March last year when the province recorded its first COVID-19 case and has already registered 9,798 COVID-19 cases since then. But at least 9, 404 of them were already cleared of the disease, reflecting a 96-percent recovery rate.

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The province’s death toll still stood at 580, which is a 5.92-percent mortality rate.

At least 116, 046 residents or 25 percent of the target 455, 119 population in the province had already been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Zambales is currently under Alert Level 2, the second most lenient containment classification in the country. INQ

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