DOH logs 409 new COVID-19 cases; active now at 4,860 | Inquirer News

DOH logs 409 new COVID-19 cases; active now at 4,860

By: - Reporter / @zacariansINQ
/ 03:18 AM June 22, 2022
DOH facade. STORY: DOH logs 409 new COVID-19 cases; active now at 4,860

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

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health (DOH) recorded on Tuesday 409 new infections of COVID-19, increasing active cases to 4,860.

This brought the nationwide COVID-19 caseload to 3,697,200, with 3,631,864 recoveries and 60,476 deaths, based on the DOH COVID-19 Tracker on its website.

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These new cases are lower than the 436 average recorded infections from June 13 to 19 and Monday’s 521 recorded infections.

Metro Manila still has the most number of newly-recorded cases in the last 14 days with 2,582, followed by Calabarzon with 784 and Western Visayas with 423.

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In Metro Manila, Quezon City has the most reported cases with 610, followed by Manila with 329 and Makati with 316.

Despite the consistent, though slight, increase in COVID-19 infections in the past few weeks, the DOH earlier assured that there were no signs of a surge yet.

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