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Malabon City reported its first confirmed novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case on March 23, Monday.

The number of reported cases in the Philippines has continued to rise as days pass by. On Monday afternoon, the Department of Health announced that there are 86 new coronavirus in the country.


As of press time, the total number of cases reached 462 and the total deaths recorded are 33. Authorities have been reiterating to the public to stay at home as much as possible in order to avoid getting the virus.

READ: Quarantine passes should be free as per PH gov't

The enhanced community quarantine was even implemented in the whole Metro Manila, as well as in the whole Luzon region. Local government units have been implementing measures in order to flatten the curve. Frontliners have been working hard also in serving the people and reminding everyone to stay at home.

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However, in spite of these measures and efforts from different sectors to save lives, more people are getting infected. Based on the recent Twitter post of ABS-CBN News Channel, the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Malabon City was reported on Monday afternoon.

READ: Celebrity reacts to COVID-19 patients that were sent home due to lack of hospital utilities

Mayor Lenlen Oreta announced this. The first patient in the said city is a man, in his late 40s to early 50s, from Barangay Dampalit. Malabon PIO Bong Padua shared this information.

Meanwhile, an earlier report stated that a study has found a cure for the COVID-19 and the treatment will just reach six (6) days. Stanford University School of Medicine adviser Gregory Rigano shared in an interview that hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin can cure coronavirus patients 100% in just six (6) days.


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This article is written up in support to spread awareness for COVID-19 cases in the Philippines.

Malabon City Reports First Confirmed COVID-19 Case

Malabon City reported its first confirmed novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case on March 23, Monday.

The number of reported cases in the Philippines has continued to rise as days pass by. On Monday afternoon, the Department of Health announced that there are 86 new coronavirus in the country.


As of press time, the total number of cases reached 462 and the total deaths recorded are 33. Authorities have been reiterating to the public to stay at home as much as possible in order to avoid getting the virus.

READ: Quarantine passes should be free as per PH gov't

The enhanced community quarantine was even implemented in the whole Metro Manila, as well as in the whole Luzon region. Local government units have been implementing measures in order to flatten the curve. Frontliners have been working hard also in serving the people and reminding everyone to stay at home.

Loading...

However, in spite of these measures and efforts from different sectors to save lives, more people are getting infected. Based on the recent Twitter post of ABS-CBN News Channel, the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Malabon City was reported on Monday afternoon.

READ: Celebrity reacts to COVID-19 patients that were sent home due to lack of hospital utilities

Mayor Lenlen Oreta announced this. The first patient in the said city is a man, in his late 40s to early 50s, from Barangay Dampalit. Malabon PIO Bong Padua shared this information.

Meanwhile, an earlier report stated that a study has found a cure for the COVID-19 and the treatment will just reach six (6) days. Stanford University School of Medicine adviser Gregory Rigano shared in an interview that hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin can cure coronavirus patients 100% in just six (6) days.


ALSO READ:

This article is written up in support to spread awareness for COVID-19 cases in the Philippines.

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