The 1.5M recovers approximately 95% of the entire PH recovered. Cases of Covid-19
After 5,930 additional recoveries were recorded on Sunday, the overall number of recovered coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases in the nation has reached 1,506,027, according to the latest available data.
According to the Department of Health (DOH), the cumulative recovery tally accounted for 94.3 percent of the total 1,597,689 infections since the start of the pandemic last year, according to the most recent case report from the DOH.
Meanwhile, 8,735 additional infections increased the overall number of active cases to 63,646, or 4% of the total number of reported cases.
Over 94% of these current cases are mild, 1.3 percent are non-symptomatic, 1.2 percent are critical, 2.1 percent are severe, and 1.45 percent are moderate in severity
A total of 127 additional deaths were also recorded, bringing the total number of Covid-19 fatalities in the nation to 28,016 as of today.
According to statistics from the Department of Health and Human Services on July 30, about 14.9 percent of the 50,116 people who were tested positive for Covid-19.
“Around 11 duplicate cases were eliminated from the overall case count, and eight of them were recovered,” says the investigator. After final validation, nine instances that had previously been categorized as recoveries were reclassified as active cases, and 75 cases that had previously been labeled as recoveries were reclassified as deaths, according to the findings of the study.
On July 30, only two labs were active, and four laboratories were unable to send their data to the Covid-19 Document Repository System due to technical difficulties.
According to the Department of Health and Human Services, the four non-reporting labs account for an average of 1.8 percent of samples tested and 1.3 percent of positive people, based on data from the previous 14 days.
At this time, patients with Covid-19 are using 59 percent of the 3,600 critical care unit beds, 51 percent of the 19,200 isolation beds, 48 percent of the 12,600 ward beds, and 40 percent of the 2,800 ventilators available throughout the country.
Meanwhile, the National Capital Region is home to 51 percent of the 1,200 critical care unit beds, 49 percent of the 4,500 isolation beds, 42 percent of the 3,600 ward beds, and 39 percent of the 1,000 ventilators in use nationwide.