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Pampanga’s 3 cities log zero new COVID-19 cases

/ 12:26 PM November 27, 2021

MABALACAT CITY – The three cities in Pampanga all registered no new COVID-19 cases on Friday, November 26, local government data showed Saturday.

On the same date, this component city recorded two new recoveries and no deaths, the highly urbanized Angeles City registered five recoveries and zero deaths, while the provincial capital City of San Fernando recorded three recoveries and no deaths.

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Mabalacat City has eight active cases, Angeles City has 11, while San Fernando’s active cases stood at 27.

Since the pandemic broke out last year, this city registered a total of 7,228 COVID-19 cases, of which 6,993 have recovered while 227 have died.

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Angeles City has registered a total of 12,536 cases since last year, of which 12,006 have recovered while the death toll is at 519.

San Fernando has recorded a total of 11,272 cases since the pandemic began last year. Of these, 10,918 have recovered while 327 have died.

The three cities have announced their readiness to participate in the three-day national vaccination program of the government from November 29 to December 1.

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