It’s a tie in Olongapo’s COVID-19 tally: 17 recoveries, 17 new cases in a day

SAN ANTONIO, Zambales—The COVID-19 tallies are a tie in Olongapo City.

The city recorded 17 recoveries and 17 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday (April 28), according to city health data.


They said the number of recoveries had risen to 1,229.

This gave the city an 84.8-percent recovery rate in 1,448 cases recorded since 2020.

In an advisory, Mayor Rolen Paulino Jr. said the city also did not register any COVID-19 deaths in the last three days.

But he said the city also logged 17 new infections on Wednesday and most were at homes or in workplaces.

Among the new COVID-19 patients were government workers, private company employees and family members.

So far, Olongapo has also recorded 63 deaths since the pandemic began.


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