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Quezon logs fewer COVID-19 cases in September

By: - Correspondent / @dtmallarijrINQ
/ 08:16 PM October 03, 2022
Quezon logs fewer COVID-19 cases in September

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LUCENA CITY – The province of Quezon recorded 334 COVID-19 cases last month, down from 518 in August, recent local data showed.

From 136 at the start of last month, the active cases dropped to 80 on Sept. 30, according to the Integrated Provincial Health Office (IPHO) showed.

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The number of active infections further dropped to 75 on Sept. 20 but rose to 110 six days later.

According to the IPHO, four COVID-19 fatalities were recorded in September and 17 in August.

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This month, the IPHO listed 33 new COVID-19 cases and 12 recoveries in the first two days.

The IPHO data also showed that as of Oct. 2, out of 2,153,429 total doses of vaccines that were administered, only 187,113 qualified residents have booster shots and additional doses. INQ

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