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20 of 21 localities in Pampanga log zero new COVID-19 cases

/ 11:33 AM December 08, 2021

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MABALACAT CITY, Pampanga––Only one of Pampanga’s two cities and 19 towns registered a new case of COVID-19 on Monday, Dec. 6, data showed.

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In the provincial government’s latest bulletin, only the town of Guagua registered one new case.

The province also recorded four new recoveries and zero deaths as its active cases stood at 70 on Monday.

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Mexico town has the most active cases at 19, followed by Guagua (12), and Floridablanca (8).

The towns of Sasmuan, Apalit, Macabebe, Minalin, and San Luis no longer have active COVID-19 cases, while Magalang, Sta. Rita, Arayat, Sta. Ana, Candaba, Masantol, San Simon, and Sto. Tomas have a single active case each.

Pampanga has registered 46,555 since the pandemic began last year. Of these, 44,006 had recovered while 2,479 had died.

The provincial government had asked the public to continue wearing face masks outside their residences and observe physical distancing. INQ

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