Newly-recorded COVID-19 deaths in PH drop to single digits anew

Newly-recorded COVID-19 deaths in PH drop to single digits anew

- The number of COVID-19 deaths recorded on May 3 has dropped to single digits again

- There are 4 patients in the Philippines who were not able to survive the dreadful virus

- The total number of deaths in the country because of COVID-19 is now 607

- Meanwhile, the total number of confirmed cases has climbed to more than 9 thousand

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The Department of Health (DOH) announced on May 3 the updated tally of deaths due to the novel coronavirus disease in the Philippines.

KAMI learned that the figure recorded today is one of the lowest single-day tally of fatalities since the virus first hit the country.

There are 4 more patients who succumbed to COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths to 607.

Meanwhile, the health department said that an additional 295 people have contracted the virus today.

The total number of confirmed cases in the country has climbed to 9,223.

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Newly-recorded COVID-19 deaths in PH drop to single digits anew

In a previous article by KAMI, the Philippines has recorded the highest single-day tally of recoveries so far.

The novel coronavirus is currently a threat to the lives of people around the world. Authorities continue to remind the public to follow protocols to avoid contracting the virus.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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