NCR Covid-19 case growth has slowed to 7%, according to OCTA.
According to the seven-day moving average of new infections, the growth of Covid-19 cases in the National Capital Region (NCR) has fallen to -7 percent, according to the OCTA Research Group.
The region’s growth rate was -1 percent on Monday.
“According to DOH statistics, the City of Manila had 1,210 new Covid-19 cases on January 17, 2022. In a tweet, OCTA Research Group member Dr. Guido David noted, “This is the lowest number in Manila since January 4.”
He went on to say that the seven-day average of new cases dropped from 1,958 to 1,829, a 7% drop.
In Manila, the reproduction number, or the number of people a Covid-19 case may infect, fell to 1.73 from 4.30 a week ago.
“If new cases in Manila continue to decline, there is a good chance that new cases in the NCR would decline as well,” David added. “However, in order to keep the momentum going, inhabitants in the NCR must continue to be cautious in following public health norms.”
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