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As of December 17, the NCR Covid-positive rate fell to 13.9%.

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As of December 17, there were 13.9 percent more people in the National Capital Region (NCR) who had tested positive for the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).

Dr. Guido David, a colleague of the OCTA Research Group, reported on Monday that the statistic represents a 0.5-point decline from the region’s 14.4 percent rate as of December 10.

“The BQ.1 wave appears to be subsiding just in time for the holiday season. Increased positive rates were seen throughout the rest of Luzon in Bataan, Laguna, Zambales, and “He tweeted this.

As of Dec. 17, the other provinces with declining positivity rates were Isabela (39.5 percent from 40.5 percent), Nueva Ecija (37.2 percent from 49 percent), Rizal (23.8 percent from 23.2 percent), Tarlac (23.9 percent from 23.6 percent), Camarines Sur (32.9 percent from 39.2 percent), Ilocos Sur (30.6 percent from 36.9 percent), Kalinga (26.2 percent from 57.9 percent), and Tarlac (23.9 percent from 23.6 percent.

In Misamis Oriental, which is located outside of Luzon, the positive rate rose to 13.8% from 9.8%.

High positive percentages were also noted in Aklan (23.8%), Palawan (23.6%), and Zamboanga del Sur (26.1%).

Low positive rates were found in South Cotabato (4.4%), Davao del Norte (1.7%), Capiz (5%), and Davao del Sur (4.4%). (4 percent).

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