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Only 1 active COVID-19 case left among Central Luzon cops

/ 12:09 PM November 23, 2021

OLONGAPO CITY––The Police Regional Office 3 did not record any new COVID-19 case among its workforce in the last five days, and its number of active infections dropped to only one as of Monday, Nov. 22.

Data from the PRO3 health service showed that four more virus-infected police personnel of the region have recovered from the disease in the past five days, which further reduced the number of its active cases.

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Since last year, the PRO3 has logged 2,941 COVID-19 cases, but 2,933 of them have recovered from the viral disease, reflecting a 99.7-percent recovery rate.

Its death toll still stood at seven, with no additional fatalities in the past few weeks.

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Data also showed that 99.6 percent of the 15,698 regional police workforce had been vaccinated partially or fully against COVID-19.

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