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No new COVID-19 cases for 2 days in Zambales

/ 02:37 PM December 19, 2021

SAN ANTONIO, Zambales — This province logged zero COVID-19 cases in two consecutive days, bringing down the total number of active cases to three on Sunday.

Data from the provincial health office showed that the province recorded a total of 9,867 COVID-19 cases since pandemic broke out, with 9,641 already recovered and 606 dead.

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To date, 10 of the 13 towns in the province are now COVID-19 free. These are Subic, Masinloc, Castillejos, San Narciso, Palauig, San Marcelino, San Antonio, Sta. Cruz, San Felipe and Cabangan.

There is one active cases left in the capital town of Iba, one in Botolan, and another one in Candelaria.

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At least 308,634 residents in the province were vaccinated against the viral disease, 192,849 of them received the full dose of the vaccine, and 2,704 already got their booster shot.

The province needs to vaccinate 70-percent of 455,119 population to achieve herd immunity against the viral disease.

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