Number of patients who recovered from COVID-19 climbs to 572

Number of patients who recovered from COVID-19 climbs to 572

- The number of COVID-19 recoveries in the Philippines continues to climb

- On April 19, the Department of Health (DOH) said that there are 56 more people who now tested negative

- The said number is almost twice the recorded number of recoveries on April 18

- Meanwhile, it was announced that 12 more people have passed away due to the disease

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The total number of patients who have already recovered from the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Philippines has reached 572.

KAMI learned that there are 56 infected people who recovered on April 19, according to the Department of Health (DOH).

This is the seventh day already that the country has tallied more recoveries than fatalities due to the said disease.

The health department announced that 12 more people have died today, bringing the total number of deaths to 409.

Number of patients who recovered from COVID-19 climbs to 572

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The government and medical frontliners continue to remind the public to strictly follow quarantine protocols to avoid contracting COVID-19.

In a previous article by , the new recorded cases of the novel coronavirus disease in the country on April 19 hit the lowest in nine days.

The Philippines is one of the countries that has been experiencing the negative effect of COVID-19. The community quarantine is scheduled to be lifted by the end of this month, but the government is thinking of extending it.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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