139 new COVID-19 cases logged in Central Luzon in 1 week | Inquirer News

139 new COVID-19 cases logged in Central Luzon in 1 week

/ 11:52 AM June 01, 2022
139 new COVID-19 cases logged in Central Luzon in 1 week

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MABALACAT CITY, Pampanga –– The Department of Health in Region 3 (DOH-3) registered 139 new COVID-19 cases in Central Luzon from May 24 to May 30.

In its May 31 bulletin, DOH-3 said it recorded an average of 11 daily cases during the period, which was one percent lower than the previous week.

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There were no severe or critical cases among them, and none had died from the new patients.

Mabalacat has a single active case – a resident of Dau, the biggest village here.

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The City of San Fernando registered Tuesday two new COVID-19 patients from Dolores and Magliman villages, bringing its active cases to four.

Angeles City’s May 30 bulletin showed two new cases in Balibago and Pulung Bulu. The highly urbanized city has five active cases.

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