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TAGUIG CITY COVID-19 CASE UPDATES
As of July 16, 2020

Of the 1,030 active cases, 496 or 48.1 percent of these cases came from areas placed in the localized quarantine and conducted aggressive testing. (111 of the 1,200 tinest in Purok 5 and 6 of Brgy. Lower Bicutan and 385 of about 700 workers at a construction site in BGC). These areas are currently contained.

Taguig recorded 35 new CONFIRMED CASES today. New cases are from New Lower Bicutan (1), Palingon-Tipas (1), Tuktukan (1), Wawa (1), Fort Bonifacio (1), North Daang Hari (13), Pinagsama (2), Western Bicutan (15). The total number of confirmed cases in Taguig is 1,663.
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We have organized and recorded 610 recoveries according to the new policies of the Department of Health. Meanwhile, other recoveries will continue to monitor the number and expect updates in the coming days.

In total, from January 27 to July 16, 2020, the city has conducted 19,338 PCR tests, and has registered 1,663 confirmed cases, 23 deaths, and 610 recoveries in the city.


The number of tests performed here is PCR Tests only. Rapid Tests conducted by the local government are no longer included because the results of Rapid Tests are still required by Confirmatory tests.

The SMART or Systematic Mass Approach to Responsible Testing was launched in Taguig which includes barangay-based testing and drive-thru tresting to further expand the city's testing capacity.
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You can answer the self-assessment form at www.taguiginfo.com or call the COVID hotline and health centers. The Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams (BHERT) continues to operate with the Taguig City Containment Team to monitor and contain COVID-19 cases in the city.

The Taguig City government is asking for the cooperation of everyone to monitor all cases and prevent the increase of COVID-19 cases.


For questions or concerns, call the Taguig COVID-19 hotline at 8-789-3200 or 0966-419-4510. Let's work together to fight COVID-19.
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Taguig COVID-19 cases now up at 1,663

TAGUIG CITY COVID-19 CASE UPDATES
As of July 16, 2020

Of the 1,030 active cases, 496 or 48.1 percent of these cases came from areas placed in the localized quarantine and conducted aggressive testing. (111 of the 1,200 tinest in Purok 5 and 6 of Brgy. Lower Bicutan and 385 of about 700 workers at a construction site in BGC). These areas are currently contained.

Taguig recorded 35 new CONFIRMED CASES today. New cases are from New Lower Bicutan (1), Palingon-Tipas (1), Tuktukan (1), Wawa (1), Fort Bonifacio (1), North Daang Hari (13), Pinagsama (2), Western Bicutan (15). The total number of confirmed cases in Taguig is 1,663.
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We have organized and recorded 610 recoveries according to the new policies of the Department of Health. Meanwhile, other recoveries will continue to monitor the number and expect updates in the coming days.

In total, from January 27 to July 16, 2020, the city has conducted 19,338 PCR tests, and has registered 1,663 confirmed cases, 23 deaths, and 610 recoveries in the city.


The number of tests performed here is PCR Tests only. Rapid Tests conducted by the local government are no longer included because the results of Rapid Tests are still required by Confirmatory tests.

The SMART or Systematic Mass Approach to Responsible Testing was launched in Taguig which includes barangay-based testing and drive-thru tresting to further expand the city's testing capacity.
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You can answer the self-assessment form at www.taguiginfo.com or call the COVID hotline and health centers. The Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams (BHERT) continues to operate with the Taguig City Containment Team to monitor and contain COVID-19 cases in the city.

The Taguig City government is asking for the cooperation of everyone to monitor all cases and prevent the increase of COVID-19 cases.


For questions or concerns, call the Taguig COVID-19 hotline at 8-789-3200 or 0966-419-4510. Let's work together to fight COVID-19.
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