On Sunday, the Philippines reported 191 new cases of COVID-19, according to statistics released by the Department of Health (DOH).
The total number of active cases in the country has climbed to 2,252 as a result of the additional cases, increasing the total caseload to 3,688,941. 3,623,234 individuals have been saved so far, with 60,455 people dying.
In the last two weeks, Calabarzon had 287 new cases, Central Luzon had 246, Western Visayas had 124, and Soccsksargen had 94 new cases.
There were 197 provinces and cities in Quezon City, 148 in Manila, 120 in Cavite, 94 in Makati, and 66 in Paraaque.
The country’s bed occupancy rate is 16.4 percent, with 5,109 occupied beds out of 31,088 total.
There are a total of 25,979 beds available, with 3,061 in intensive care units and 28,027 in non-intensive care units.
According to the department’s most recent statistics, three COVID-19 dosages, each for the entire quantity, were given on Sunday.
In total, 149.119 million doses have been administered in the Philippines, with 66.330 million first doses, 68.978 million complete doses, and 13.810 million booster shots.
According to the Department of Health, a Filipino who travelled from the Middle East earlier this month was proven to be infected with the unique Omicron BA.4 subvariant. He didn’t appear to be ill at all.