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Number of active COVID-19 cases in Olongapo City back to zero

Active COVID-18 cases in Olongapo City back to zero

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OLONGAPO CITY–A 32-year-old American woman, who was infected with COVID-19 on May 24, has already recovered from the viral disease, bringing back to zero the active infections in the city, local data showed Saturday, May 28.

The woman, a resident of Barangay (village) Barretto, has been the lone active COVID-19 patient here since May 24, according to the local task force. She was asymptomatic and contracted the virus despite being fully vaccinated.

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Prior to her, the city had been free of COVID-19 for at least seven straight days.

Since the pandemic broke out in 2020, at least 6,991 COVID-19 cases have been registered in the city. But data showed that 6,641 of the virus-infected patients were already healed.

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At least 350 COVID-19-related deaths were also recorded in the city.
As of Saturday, 16 suspected COVID-19 cases were still being monitored by the local healthcare workers.

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