DOH Logs 2,630 Newly-Reported COVID-19 Cases In PH

The DOH had recorded 2,630 newly-reported COVID-19 cases in the Philippines.

The Department of Health (DOH) had recorded 2,630 newly-reported coronavirus cases in the Philippines as of 4:00 p.m. of September 25, 2020.

This, as the Department of Health gave an update on the total number of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines as of today.

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According to its COVID-19 Case Bulletin #195 dated September 25, 2020, the Department of Health reported 2,630 newly-reported COVID-19 cases, wherein 2,327 out of 2,630 were recorded as “fresh” cases — reported cases occurred within the recent 14 days.

This brought the total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus disease to 299,361.

Since September 11, the Department of Health didn’t report the number of operational laboratories who successfully submitted their data to the COVID-19 Data Repository System as well as the total number of operational laboratories. However, the Department of Health on Friday reported that three operational laboratories failed to submit their data to the CDRS.

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The Department of Health also reported 61,766 total active cases as stated in its COVID-19 Case Bulletin #195 dated September 25, 2020.

Moreover, the Department of Health identified the top five areas with the highest number of new coronavirus cases as of September 25 only: Metro Manila with 1,091 new cases, Cavite with 196 new cases, Laguna with 171 new cases, Negros Occidental with 142 new cases, and Rizal with 141 new cases.

Aside from the number of confirmed cases, the Department of Health had recorded 494 newly-reported recoveries and 69 newly-reported fatalities. This brought the total number of recoveries to 232,399 and coronavirus deaths to 5,196.

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