Quezon City reports no new confirmed cases of COVID-19

Quezon City reports no new confirmed cases of COVID-19

- The local government of Quezon City announced a positive news on Sunday, April 26

- It said that the city had no new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus on April 25

- Quezon City is one of the most virus-afflicted areas in the Philippines

- Its government reminded the public that the figures may change due to the mass testing

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Quezon City recorded no new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on Saturday, April 25.

KAMI learned of the said information when the city government posted an update on social media on Sunday afternoon.

The said city is one of the greatly affected areas of COVID-19 in the Philippines. Its confirmed cases remain at 1,104 and the number of fatalities is already 118.

The government of Quezon City reminded the public that the statistics may still change because of the on-going community-based testing.

“Ayon sa Department of Health, walang bagong naitalang kaso ng #COVID19PH sa Quezon City kahapon…” the post stated.

“Dumadaan sa validation ng CESU, health center staff, at mga opisyal ng barangay ang datos mula sa DOH para masigurong sila ay residente ng QC. Maaari magbago pa ang bilang ng mga kaso sa lungsod dahil na rin sa isinasagawang community-based testing,” it added.

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Quezon City reports no new confirmed cases of COVID-19

In a previous article by KAMI, the number of new COVID-19 recoveries in the Philippines on April 26 was the highest within a period of 10 days.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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