The number of active COVID-19 cases has declined to just 63 cases based on the report of City Health Officer Dr. Maria Sarah B. Talla to Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo, the Chairperson of the City Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases as of July 25, 2021.
Dr. Talla also discloses that 16 of the 30 barangays report 0 to just 1 active COVID-19 case, while 12 barangays are managing between 2-6 active cases.
The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients has also dropped to just 21 whose conditions required admission.
But, Mayor Remollo reiterated the continued vigilance of the authorities in implementing the health protocols and acceleration of the vaccination of eligible population to manage the COVID-19 pandemic.
The following is the distribution of the 60 active COVID-19 cases which are now isolated and/or under treatment:
Bagacay (6), Bajumpandan (2), Balugo (0), Banilad (1), Bantayan (2), Batinguel (5), Buñao (4), Cadawinonan (2), Calindagan (1), Camanjac (0), Candau-ay (2), Cantil-e (0), Daro (11), Junob (2), Looc (1), Mangnao (3), Motong (2), Piapi (12), Poblacion 1 (0), Poblacion 2 (0), Poblacion 3 (0), Poblacion 4 (1), Poblacion 5 (0), Poblacion 6 (0), Poblacion 7 (0), Poblacion 8 (0), Pulantubig (3), Tabuc-tubig (0), Taclobo (3) and Talay (0).
Of the 63 active COVID cases: 42 cases are monitored and handled by the personnel of the City Health Office; 10 are confined at Silliman University Medical Center; 3 are admitted at NOPH; 2 are confined at ACE Doctors; 5 at Holy Child Hospital; 1 at Negros Polymedic Hospital and 2 are presently outside of Dumaguete City.