Philippines Corona Virus Updates
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June 7, 2020;
555 new Covid-19 cases came rolling in today, bringing the total number of cases in the Philippines to 21,895.
June 6, 2020;
Cases rose again with 714 new cases being reported, bringing the total to 21, 340.
June 5, 2020;
Cases dropped today with only 244 new cases being reported.
June 4, 2020;
Today saw 634 new cases.
June 3, 2020;
Today saw another rise in cases back up to a reported 751 today, bringing the total number of Covid-19 cases in the Philippines to 19,748, but with cases on the rise and the lockdown loosening, it may have been far too soon as we expect a surge in cases in the coming week, bringing thousands of new cases reported per day.
June 2, 2020;
Today’s cases in the Philippines were reported at 359 new cases bringing the total cases to 18,997.
June 1, 2020;
Cases dropped today in comparison to the last 4 days, seeing 552 new cases reported in the Philippines, bringing the total cases to 18,638.
May 31, 2020;
862 new cases came in today, but people should expect cases to significantly rise over the coming weeks with the lockdown loosening.
May 30, 2020;
Today’s new cases are 590, bringing the total number of cases in the Philippines to 17,224.
May 29, 2020;
With Duterte stating that Luzon will be going into General Community Quarantine as of June 1, people between the age of 21-60 will be able to navigate throughout the city without a quarantine pass. Though that might not be the best decision after yesterday and today’s new cases of 1,064, marking the most yet in a single day. With May 28 seeing the highest cases yet, today almost doubled that with 1,064.
May 28, 2020;
Philippines peaks at the highest day yet, seeing 539 new cases, making today the highest record of cases in a single day with nothing to suggest things will slow down.
May 26, 2020;
414 new cases were reported on April 6, just over seven weeks ago, but today marks the highest number of single-day reported cases since then. The DOH reported 350 new cases Tuesday, 26 May. Bringing the total number of cases to 14,669.
Though a wave is imminent, as is a long-lasting lockdown, many hoped that the fast-acting Duterte would save the country from such dread.
The first wave could start begin anytime from now until the end of August with thousands of new people infected per day. Of course, with the strict implementation of the President’s lockdown and medical professionals working around the clock, it has been slowed down, but unfortunately, a tsunami of cases is imminent.
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