Cases of COVID-19 in the Philippines have dropped to 2,320; new cases of COVID-1 are at 126. On Wednesday, the Department of Health reported 126 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total nationwide caseload to 3,690,707. This week’s additions lowered the country’s active case count to two.

The National Capital Region had 1,060 instances in the last two weeks, followed by Region IV-A with 395 and Region III with 255, according to the Health Department.

The number of people who have recovered from viral sickness has risen to 3,627,932 across the country.

It was reported that 60,455 people had died. The Philippines reports an 8.8% increase in new cases of COVID-19 from May 23 to 29: 1,317

COVID-19’s ’emergency’ designation should be removed, according to Solante.

It is hoped that those with comorbidities would also receive a second booster.

Over 21,177 people were tested and over 328 testing laboratories provided data as of May 31.

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