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Tuguegarao City declared COVID-19 free

By: - Correspondent / @VillVisayaJrINQ
/ 02:28 PM May 29, 2022
Tuguegarao City COVID free

(FILE) A senior citizen gets vaccinated against COVID-19 inside a mall in Tuguegarao City. (Photo by Villamor Visaya Jr.)

TUGUEGARAO CITY — This city was declared COVID-19 free on Saturday afternoon after health officials detected no new infections, the city health office said.

The city has a total of 18,750 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 606 deaths and 18,144 recoveries since the pandemic started in 2020.

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Despite the zero record, Tuguegarao City Health Officer James Guzman urged residents to continue observing minimum health protocols as the city remains under Alert Level 1 until May 31.

Meanwhile, walk-in vaccinations and booster shots are ongoing at the city health office in order to further curb the spread of COVID-19.

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