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COVID-19 hits 43 more cops in Central Luzon

/ 03:54 PM January 14, 2022

OLONGAPO CITY––At least 43 more police personnel in Central Luzon have contracted COVID-19, the highest single-day tally by the Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3) since the pandemic struck.

The new infections raised to 344 the active COVID-19 cases among the regional police workforce, data from the PRO3 health service showed Friday, Jan. 14.

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It was also the highest number of active cases among the PRO3 personnel since 2020.

No new recoveries or deaths related to the viral disease were registered on the same day.

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The PRO3 has registered 3,226 COVID-19 cases, with 2,875 recoveries and seven deaths.

Police and non-uniformed personnel in the region continue to contract COVID-19 despite the high vaccination rate among them. INQ

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