With 4.5K more survivors, the total number of those who have survived the PH has risen to 1,214,454
On Thursday, another 4,504 people were declared free of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), bringing the country’s total recovery count to 1,214,454.
According to the Department of Health’s (DOH) monthly Covid-19 report, the recoveries account for 93.9 percent of the country’s overall case tally, which has reached 1,293,687.
There were also 7,485 new illnesses and 122 new fatalities, according to the CDC.
These findings increase the total number of active cases to 56,921 and the number of those who have died to 22,312.
92.6 percent of active cases are mild, 3.2 percent are asymptomatic, 1.3 percent are critical, 1.7 percent are severe, and 1.18 percent are moderate, according to the Department of Health.
“A total of 15 duplicate cases were eliminated from the overall case count, with 12 of these being recoveries. Furthermore, following final confirmation, 65 previously categorized as recovered patients were reclassified as deaths,” the report said.
On June 8, the Department of Health reported that 12.8 percent of 51,688 people tested positive for Covid-19.
On June 8, all of the labs were functioning, however four of them were unable to upload their data to the Covid-19 Document Repository System.
To far, 57 percent of 1,900 ICU beds, 49 percent of 13,500 isolation beds, 48 percent of 6,000 ward beds, and 36 percent of 2,000 ventilators devoted to Covid-19 patients are in use throughout the country.
The four non-reporting laboratories account for 0.52 percent of samples tested and 0.43 percent of positive persons, according to statistics from the previous 14 days.
Meanwhile, the National Capital Region is home to 49% of 700 critical care unit beds, 38% of 3,800 isolation beds, 35% of 2,200 ward beds, and 34% of 800 ventilators allocated to Covid-19 patients.
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.