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Active COVID cases in Cavite climb to 807

July 18, 2022 Dennis Abrina 272 views

TRECE MARTIRES CITY, Cavite – Cavite province reached almost 40 cases in the past days as the COVID-19 cases spiked to 807 on Sunday, July 17, 2022, according to the latest report of the Provincial Health Office (PHO) here.

According to Dr. Nelson Soriano, provincial health officer of Cavite, “Those with low or without antibodies na po na mga vaccinated individuals and individuals who refused to get their 2nd booster after getting the 1st dose of the booster are affected kaya po dumadami ang cases natin dito sa Cavite.”

“So we recommend na hanapan ng 2nd booster dose ang mga individuals lalo na sa sasakay ng public utility vehicles or PUV and sa mga business establishment and schools para may matibay po tayo na panlaban sa Covid,” Dr. Soriano said in his text message.

“Well, the only proven solution to fight this pandemic is to be vaccinated (1st and 2nd dose, 1st and 2nd booster dose) so magpabakuna po tayong lahat,” Dr. Soriano added.

Based on the report of PHO, Bacoor City recorded high cases with 158 active cases, Imus with 153 cases, General Trias has 106 cases, Dasmariñas with 80 cases and Tanza with 54 active cases.

Also, Trece Martires has 40, Silang has 28, Amadeo has 25, Kawit has 21, Carmona has 15, Indang has 15, Noveleta has 14, Naic with 13 – Alfonso, Maragondon, and Mendez has identical cases of 12 cases each, GMA has 11, Tagaytay has ten, Cavite City nine, Rosario has eight, Bailen has six, Ternate with four and Magallanes has one case.

Cavite Province has 173,409 confirmed cases, 168,997 are recovered, and 3,605 deaths recorded as of July 17, 2022 report.

Local leaders encouraged residents to continue compliance with the minimum public health standards mandated by the government and the Department of Health (DOH).

Cavite province will first remain at Alert level 1 starting July 16, and it is set to be studied by the IATF (Inter-Agency Task Force) on Monday, July 18, if it is further changed due to the continuous increase of cases in the province.

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