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Zambales logs 7 new COVID-19 cases

The President Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Hospital in Zambales' capital town of Iba serves as the main COVID-19 facility in the province

The President Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Hospital in Zambales’ capital town of Iba serves as the main COVID-19 facility in the province. (File photo by Joanna Rose Aglibot)

SAN ANTONIO, Zambales––Seven new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in this province, raising to 10 the active infections, local data showed Wednesday, May 25.

The Provincial Health Office said four of the latest COVID-19 cases were residents of Castillejos town. Two were from Botolan and one fro San Narciso.

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The number of towns with zero active infections has dropped from 10 to nine. Zambales has 13 municipalities.

The province had registered 11,654 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began in 2020. Of this number, 11,292 had recovered, while 665 had died.

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At least 393,657 residents, or 60 percent of the population, have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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