80 more Central Luzon cops recover from COVID-19 | Inquirer News

80 more Central Luzon cops recover from COVID-19

/ 04:21 PM January 19, 2022

Newly recruited policemen prepare to take their oath of office at the Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3) Parade Ground inside Camp Olivas in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga province in this photo taken in July 2021. | PHOTO: PRO3

OLONGAPO CITY–At least 80 police personnel in Central Luzon have recovered from COVID-19, bringing the number of active cases of Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3) to 340, data showed on Wednesday, Jan. 19.

The new recoveries raised to 3,040 PRO3’s total personnel cleared of the viral disease since the pandemic struck in 2020.

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PRO3 had 470 active COVID-19 cases the previous day, according to its health service data.

But 40 new patients and a single death related to the disease were added to the COVID-19 tally of PRO3. Its death toll now stood at eight.

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So far, 3,388 police and non-uniformed police personnel in the region have contracted COVID-19 since 2020.

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