- The Philippines has tallied the highest number of COVID-19 recoveries in 10 days
- It is more than twice of the recorded number in the Philippines on Saturday, April 25
- The Department of Health was the one that announced the said development to the public
- Many people remain hopeful that the number of recoveries will increase as days pass by
The number of people who recovered from the novel coronavirus disease in the Philippines on April 26 was already the highest in 10 days.
KAMI learned of the said development when the Department of Health (DOH) released an update about COVID-19 statistics in the said country.
There are 70 patients who recovered today, bringing the total number of recoveries to 862.
It is already the highest single-day tally since April 17, following the 82 recoveries recorded on April 16.
The said new number of recoveries is also more than twice of what the health department tallied on Saturday which was 30.
In a previous article by KAMI, a biotechnology firm in the United States said it has antibodies to fight COVID-19.
The novel coronavirus disease has been affecting more than 200 countries and territories in the world. As of now, there is still no vaccine discovered for the said disease.
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