DOH logs 409 new COVID-19 cases; active now at 4,860

Facade of the DOH main office in Manila. file photo

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health (DOH) recorded on Tuesday 409 new infections of COVID-19, increasing active cases to 4,860.

This brought the nationwide COVID-19 caseload to 3,697,200, with 3,631,864 recoveries and 60,476 deaths, based on the DOH COVID-19 Tracker on its website.


These new cases are lower than the 436 average recorded infections from June 13 to 19 and Monday’s 521 recorded infections.

Metro Manila still has the most number of newly-recorded cases in the last 14 days with 2,582, followed by Calabarzon with 784 and Western Visayas with 423.

In Metro Manila, Quezon City has the most reported cases with 610, followed by Manila with 329 and Makati with 316.

Despite the consistent, though slight, increase in COVID-19 infections in the past few weeks, the DOH earlier assured that there were no signs of a surge yet.


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