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Active COVID-19 cases among Central Luzon cops hit 300 mark

/ 01:01 PM January 13, 2022

Police officers listen to Brig. Gen. Matthew Baccay, director of the Police Regional Office 3, who visited the Tarlac Police provincial office Tuesday, Dec. 7. | Photo courtesy of PRO3

OLONGAPO CITY – The active COVID-19 cases among the Philippine National Police in Central Luzon have breached the 300 mark, local data showed on Thursday, Jan. 13.

The Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3) health service said at least 22 new infections were added to its tally, bringing its active cases to 301.

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It was the highest number of active infections among police personnel in the region since the pandemic struck in 2020.

At least three more virus-infected policemen have recovered from the disease, bringing to 2,882 PRO3’s recoveries.

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Since 2020, PRO3 registered 3,190 COVID-19 cases. Its death toll stood at seven, with no new fatalities in recent weeks.

The rising COVID-19 cases among the PRO3 workforce was noted despite its close to 100 percent personnel fully vaccinated against the viral disease.

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