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Taguig City COVID-19 update
Taguig posted a new report of COVID-19 cases in the city on March 27, 2020.

The city confirmed 8 new cases which belongs to PH's 96 that were announced by DOH earlier today.


The new cases are from Barangay Fort Bonifacio, Lower Bicutan, South Signal, Ligid and Ususan.

READ: Taguig to give P4,000 aid for PUV drivers during quarantine period

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CONFIRMED CASES

  • Bambang - 3
  • Calzada - 1
  • Ligid-Tipas - 1
  • New Lower Bicutan - 1
  • Sta. Ana - 1
  • Ususan - 2
  • Wawa-1
  • Central Signal - 1
  • Fort Bonifacio - 15
  • Maharlika - 2
  • North Signal - 1
  • South Signal - 1
  • Upper Bicutan - 2
  • Wester Bicutan - 2

Taguig recorded 8 new COVID-19 cases, 35 total
The city currently has 154 PUIs, 158 PUM, 2 fatalities and 2 recoveries. There are 113 people who finished 14-day quarantine, too.

READ: Taguig launches FREE text and online medical consultation amid COVID-19 pandemic

Taguig City has activated the Containment Team to assist the Barangay Health Emergency Response Team (BHERT) in monitoring Persons Under Monitoring (PUIs) in the barangays.



The city is still under lockdown where residents are limited to go out from their houses as per Enhanced Community Quarantine guidelines. Each barangay distributed Quarantine Pass and food packs that are supplied by the LGU.

For any questions or concerns, call the Taguig COVID-19 hotline at 8-789-3200 or at 0966-419-4510.
Taguig COVID-19 hotline

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

Taguig recorded 8 new COVID-19 cases, 35 total

Taguig City COVID-19 update
Taguig posted a new report of COVID-19 cases in the city on March 27, 2020.

The city confirmed 8 new cases which belongs to PH's 96 that were announced by DOH earlier today.


The new cases are from Barangay Fort Bonifacio, Lower Bicutan, South Signal, Ligid and Ususan.

READ: Taguig to give P4,000 aid for PUV drivers during quarantine period

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CONFIRMED CASES

  • Bambang - 3
  • Calzada - 1
  • Ligid-Tipas - 1
  • New Lower Bicutan - 1
  • Sta. Ana - 1
  • Ususan - 2
  • Wawa-1
  • Central Signal - 1
  • Fort Bonifacio - 15
  • Maharlika - 2
  • North Signal - 1
  • South Signal - 1
  • Upper Bicutan - 2
  • Wester Bicutan - 2

Taguig recorded 8 new COVID-19 cases, 35 total
The city currently has 154 PUIs, 158 PUM, 2 fatalities and 2 recoveries. There are 113 people who finished 14-day quarantine, too.

READ: Taguig launches FREE text and online medical consultation amid COVID-19 pandemic

Taguig City has activated the Containment Team to assist the Barangay Health Emergency Response Team (BHERT) in monitoring Persons Under Monitoring (PUIs) in the barangays.



The city is still under lockdown where residents are limited to go out from their houses as per Enhanced Community Quarantine guidelines. Each barangay distributed Quarantine Pass and food packs that are supplied by the LGU.

For any questions or concerns, call the Taguig COVID-19 hotline at 8-789-3200 or at 0966-419-4510.
Taguig COVID-19 hotline

ALSO READ:


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

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