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No new COVID-19 case within PNP for 3rd straight day

/ 09:58 AM March 28, 2022
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This file photo shows members of the Philippine National Police. (Photo from PNP)

MANILA, Philippines — No new COVID-19 case was recorded within the Philippine National Police for the third straight day, the PNP’s Public Information Office (PIO) said on Monday.

 The  PNP-PIO added that active cases within the police force dropped  from six on Saturday to just four, after two more patients recovered. 

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No new deaths were recorded, as the death toll remained at 128.

 Overall,  the PNP has logged 48,858 COVID-19 infections.

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 COVID-19 cases in the country have been on a steady decline, from record numbers during the Omicron variant-led surge early January 2022. 

Recently, the Department of Health (DOH) admitted that the decline in infections has slowed down after cases decreased in February and early March.

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