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14 sa 17 Metro Manila LGUs, nasa “low risk” na ayon sa OCTA Research

MANILA, Philippines -- Kinokonsidera na nasa "low risk" na ang ilang local government units (LGUs) sa Metro Manila, ayon sa ulat ng OCTA Research Group kahapon, [Oktubre 26].

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MANILA, Philippines — Kinokonsidera na nasa “low risk” na ang ilang local government units (LGUs) sa Metro Manila, ayon sa ulat ng OCTA Research Group kahapon, [Oktubre 26].

Sa latest monitoring report ng OCTA, sinabi na tatlo sa labing-pitong (17) LGUs sa naturang rehiyon partikular ang Mandaluyong, San Juan at Valenzuela ay nananatiling nasa “moderate risk” due to high daily attack rate (ADAR) na mahigit 10 daily infections per 100,000 population.

Sa datos naman ng Department of Health (DOH), ang Valenzuela ay mayroong ADAR sa bilang na 11.15; San Juan 10.57 at ang Mandaluyong naman ay 10.50.

Nananatili naman sa “low risk” ang ilang mga LGUs na sakop ng Metro Manila.

Mula Oktubre 19 hanggang 25, nakapagtala ng 901 daily new cases sa naturang rehiyon, na bumaba ng 36 porsiyento mula sa preceding week nito.

Pinaalalahanan naman ni DOH Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire ang publiko na panatilihing sundin ang health and safety protocols upang hindi makompromiso ang ating kalusugan sa nagpapatuloy na pandemya sa bansa. #DM

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