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10 villages in Olongapo City still COVID-free

/ 05:30 PM September 20, 2022
Olongapo City

The COVID-19 situation in Olongapo City continues to improve as the number of active infections dropped to 15 as of Tuesday, September 20. (File photo by Joanna Rose Aglibot)

OLONGAPO CITY — Ten of the 17 villages in this city remained without an active COVID-19 case based on the latest data from the city health office on Tuesday, September 20.

The improving COVID-19 situation in the city was reflected in the declining number of active infections, which further dropped from 17 on Monday to 15 on Tuesday.

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Except for a new case on Tuesday, the city has recorded zero new infections in the last two days. The latest to get infected by the viral disease is a 59-year-old man from Barangay Asinan.

Since 2020, the city has registered 7,399 COVID-19 cases with 7,024 recoveries. The city’s death toll related to the disease remained at 360, with no new fatalities in the past few days.

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