The total number of survivors from Covid-19 is currently 1,195,181, including roughly 7,000 additional survivors
On Monday, 6,969 more people had recovered from the coronavirus illness 2019 (Covid-19), bringing the total number of people who had recovered to 1,195,181.
According to the Department of Health’s Covid-19 report, this translates to a 93.7 percent recovery rate out of the Philippines’ overall case count of 1,276,004.
In addition, the Department of Health announced 6,539 additional confirmed cases and 71 additional fatalities.
With these additions, the total number of active cases has risen to 58,854 and the death toll has risen to 21,969.
93.4 percent of active cases are mild, 2.4 percent are asymptomatic, 1.3 percent are critical, 1.7 percent are severe, and 1.16 percent are moderate, according to the Department of Health.
“A total of 13 duplicate cases were eliminated from the overall case count, with 10 of these being recoveries. Furthermore, following final confirmation, 21 previously categorized as recovered patients were reclassified as deaths,” the report said.
According to statistics released by the Department of Health on June 5, 13.3 percent of the 45,047 people who were tested for Covid-19 confirmed positive.
On June 5, all labs were functioning, however seven were unable to send data to the Covid-19 Document Repository System.
To date, 56% of 1,900 critical care unit beds, 48% of 13,600 isolation beds, 49% of 6,000 ward beds, and 36% of 2,000 ventilators devoted to Covid-19 patients are in use throughout the country.
The seven non-reporting labs account for 3.1 percent of samples examined and 5.4 percent of positive persons, according to data from the previous 14 days.
Meanwhile, in the National Capital Region, 49 percent of 700 critical care unit beds, 39 percent of 3,800 isolation beds, 37 percent of 2,200 ward beds, and 33 percent of 800 ventilators are allocated to patients with Covid-19.
The public is urged to remain at home and follow basic health precautions before venturing out.
Those who are having Covid-19 symptoms should separate themselves and notify the Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams, according to the Department of Health.