BACOOR CITY, Cavite – Outgoing Bacoor City Congressman and Mayor-elect Strike Revilla immediately informed that he and his wife Chaye tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday morning, May 23, 2022, for the protection of those they met in the past days based on his official social media page’s post.
According to Revilla, they are both COVID-19 Positive based on their latest RT-PCR test released today, May 23, 2022, and now undergo home quarantine.
“Sa amin pong mga nakasalamuha nitong mga huling nakaraang araw, humihingi po kami ng paumanhin. At kung mayroon sa aming mga nakasalamuha na nakararanas ng alinman sa mga sintomas (ubo, sipon, lagnat), mas mainam po na magpa-test para sa inyong kaligtasan at upang maiwasan ang lalo pang pagkalat ng virus,” Strike Revilla said on his post.
“Maaari po kayong makipag-ugnayan sa mga numerong ito, 0976 0165736 o 0956 8373571 kung kailangan ng assistance sa pagpapa-check up,” Revilla added.
“Nandirito pa din po ang banta ng COVID-19, kaya naman doblehin natin ang pag-iingat. Sa awa ng Diyos, bakunado po kaming lahat at mild lang ang aming mga sintomas. Sa kasalukuyan, kami po ay naka-self-quarantine at work-from-home muna,” Revilla stressed.
As of May 22, 2022, the last record of COVID-19 cases is two new COVID-19 cases in Bacoor City, with no posted recoveries and deaths.
There are a total of 28,904 cases of COVID-19 in the locality – nine are active cases, less than 1% of the total number of COVID-19 cases, 28,174 have been cured, 96% of the total number of COVID-19 cases, 721 have died, 3% of the total number of COVID-19 cases.
While the entire province has 50 active cases for a total of 171,239 confirmed cases as of May 22, 2022: Bacoor has nine active cases, Imus has seven, Kawit has seven, and Dasmariñas City has five active cases.
Also, General Trias has six active cases. Seven localities have zero cases: Carmona, Cavite City, Bailen, Indang, Magallanes, Noveleta, and Ternate. By Dennis Abrina