DOH logs 134 COVID-19 cases, active at 5,145 | Inquirer News

DOH logs 134 COVID-19 cases, active at 5,145

By: - Reporter / @zacariansINQ
/ 03:12 AM May 04, 2022
Facade of the DOH main office in Manila. STORY: DOH logs 134 COVID-19 cases, active at 5,145

Facade of the DOH main office in Manila. INQUIRER.net file photo

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health (DOH) reported 134 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, as shown in the COVID-19 Tracker on its website.

Active COVID-19 infections, meanwhile, are now down to 5,145.

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With this, the total number of confirmed infections is now 3,686,216 nationwide, with 3,620,659 recoveries and 60,412 deaths.

A total of 18,290 individuals were also tested on May 2, according to the DOH.

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These new recorded infections are lower than the average number of cases recorded the previous week, April 25 to May 30, at 200 per day or a total of 1,399 infections.

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