Zambales posts 1 COVID-19 death, 13 new cases | Inquirer News

Zambales posts 1 COVID-19 death, 13 new cases

The number of active COVID-19 cases in Olongapo City dropped slightly on Monday (Aug. 1) after experiencing a surge the previous day. (Photo by Joanna Rose Aglibot)

Olongapo City market. (File Photo)

SAN ANTONIO, Zambales—The active COVID-19 cases in this province climbed to 88 after registering 17 new infections, local health data showed on Tuesday, August 2.

The provincial health office showed the new COVID-19 cases were in Botolan, San Narciso, Sta. Cruz, San Felipe, and Cabangan towns.


Eight other municipalities in the province have active cases
Data also showed that a virus-infected patient in the province had died, raising to 703 the death toll.

Since 2020, Zambales had logged 11,952 CCOVID-19 cases. At least 11,161 of them had recovered. INQ



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